By Tianna Nguy, Communications Intern Color Factory in San Francisco: San Francisco is filled with great museums, but this two-story interactive exhibition is only here for the month of August. […]
By Tianna Nguy, Communications Intern
Color Factory in San Francisco: San Francisco is filled with great museums, but this two-story interactive exhibition is only here for the month of August. The Color Factory has exhibitions that celebrate color and material, featuring work by some of their favorite artists and collaborators: Jacob Dahlgren, Tom Stayte, Geronimo Balloons, Tosha Stimage, Carissa Potter, Jessica Hische, Erin Jang, and many more talented artists. A large collective of artists are showcasing the collaboration here at the Color Factory in San Francisco where you can lose yourself in 10,000 colored ribbons, sink into a giant yellow ball pit, admire a 30-foot plaid mural, smell colorful memories, and taste a spectrum of treats from their favorite spots in San Francisco. All the colors will delight you in every way possible. The Color Factory will last until August 31 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. You must get a ticket in order to get into the museum, so grab a ticket! You can take the Caltrain to 4th and King Station, ride SFMTA 30 to Stockton Street & Sutter Street, and a quick walk towards the Color Factory.
San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago Cubs: Haven’t been to a San Francisco Giants game this summer? Well, there’s no time like the present. Watch the San Francisco Giants face-off with the 2016 World Series Champions, the Chicago Cubs this week. Take Caltrain to AT&T Park from the South Bay and Peninsula. The San Francisco Caltrain Station is located one block from the ballpark, so fans can arrive energized and worry free from parking or traffic. There are two special train schedules for game days that will take you to the stadium, so ride along with other Giants fans!
MTC 511 Phone Service Now Available in Spanish: The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) announced the addition of a fully-interactive Spanish language voice recognition and response system to the Bay Area’s 511 phone system. This latest expansion of the toll-free 511 traveler information service allows Spanish-speaking drivers, carpoolers, and transit riders to access all the options that have been used more than 80 million times by English-speaking callers. If you’re planning a trip or already on the go, you can now simply dial 511 and then press *3 to use the system in Spanish, and navigate through a state-of-the-art speech recognition system to access all of 511’s interactive tools, including real-time transit departure times, traffic conditions, current driving times, and real-time parking availability.