A Muni train passes by the San Francisco, Calif., Police Headquarters near Pier 50 on Thursday, July 13, 2021. (Harika Maddala/ Bay City News)

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency announced Thursday that it will resume service next month on a handful of bus routes that have been inactive since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

Muni will resume service on the 2 Sutter, 6 Haight/Parnassus and 21 Hayes routes starting July 9. The 6 Haight/Parnassus will operate on its full pre-pandemic route while the other two bus lines will include changes to their routes to reflect community feedback Muni has collected.

The 2 Sutter will operate between the Ferry Plaza on Steuart Street and the intersection of Presidio Avenue and California Street, according to Muni.

The 21 Hayes, meanwhile, will run between the intersection of Fulton and Shrader streets and the intersection of Hyde and Grove streets.

Several active bus routes including the 28 19th Avenue, 57 Parkmerced and 58 Lake Merced will also be extended beyond their current end points or, in the case of the 23 Monterey, 43 Masonic, 52 Excelsior and 66 Quintara, to their full pre-pandemic routes.

Full details about Muni’s service plans for the rest of 2022 can be found at https://www.sfmta.com/projects/2022-muni-service-network.