Don't change out of those orange-and-black shirts just yet. The Giants will be home for Halloween, and San Francisco is as ready as it can be to welcome the World Series champs once again.
So here's what you need to know for Wednesday's family event (note: There will be lots of kids there).
The ticker-tape parade kicks off at 11 a.m., at Market and Steuart streets near the Ferry Building. From there, it will be "a straight shot up Market," ending at the Civic Center, right across from City Hall, said SFPD Chief Greg Suhr. This route -- which is different from the 2010 parade path -- will offer you (and police) better views of the scene.
And you might want to get there really early.
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Like in 2010, police are expecting hundreds of thousands to attend the parade, some of whom will probably camp out the night before to get a good spot along Market Street. UC Hastings has decided to close down for the day, and public transit agencies are scrambling to make every car and train available to haul Giants fans as needed.
"BART will run its rush hour service all day, utilizing every available train possible. Trains to and from the city will be at maximum length and frequency. Large crowds are expected and passengers should anticipate long lines and crowded trains," the agency said in a statement.
The Golden Gate Ferry is adding more service from Larkspur and Sausalito. Ferry trips will board on a first come, first served basis.
So load up your Clipper cards now.
If you're a Dodgers fan living in the Bay Area and you weren't planning to attend the parade, but were hoping to get some errands done that day, well, good luck. The following streets will be closed starting at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday: