Warriors, Come out and ParAAAAAde aka Commute Nightmare

photo via USA Today

Dear Tenants,

As you are all probably aware, the Golden State Warriors are again NBA champions, winning their 3rd title in 4 years, which is to be expected when a team sets a record with 73-wins, only to lose in the Finals to LeBron & Kyrie, and then adds one of the top-3 players in the league in KD. With their not-hard-to-predict win comes another parade.

The parade is tomorrow.

I don’t know how many of you work in Oakland or take BART but be advised that BART and AC Transit are going to be your worst commuting nightmares tomorrow. Here are some helpful links to assist you with your commute.


AC Transit

I didn’t find anything for MUNI  and while that makes some sense you should probably expect even more crowded buses and train cars than usual as BART stated that on last year’s parade 500,000 people rode BART.

And they have to be coming from somewhere.

Should you be planning to attend the parade, here are some helpful links on the parade route, how to comport oneself on public transit, how to comport oneself in public, and a handy do’s/don’ts list.

Mercury News


Bonus content: I Love a Parade!

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