Super Bowl 50 is coming to the Bay Area, and it is going to make for plenty of traffic and commute issues. The game and media day are taking place in the South Bay, but a lot of the Super Bowl week festivities will be taking place in downtown San Francisco. That means there will be street closures for people to deal with during their regular commutes.
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has created a Super Bowl-specific website to help people figure things out over the next couple weeks. They put together a map breaking down what streets will be closed down through the end of the Super Bowl. The NFL and the city have set up "Super Bowl City" in the Embarcadero. There will be secured areas, and various street closures in the neighboring blocks. This will result in road detours for people driving and taking public transportation.
Here is what downtown San Francisco will look like from January 23 to February 12. You can read more details about the area at the MTA website. If you have any questions, feel free to drop them in the comments.