UPDATE: Police have arrested 11 protesters outside of Wells Fargo bank for blocking the doors and allegedly trespassing.
On Wednesday, Occupy San Francisco protesters gathered at the Federal Reserve Bank on Market Street at 7am in an effort to disrupt the morning commute.
As of 8:30am, a group of 200 protesters was blocking the door to the Wells Fargo corporate headquarters, forcing workers to use a side entrance. Other protesters were marching up California Street and service to the California Street cable car was disrupted. The SFMTA has advised commuters to expect heavy delays throughout the Financial District.
Mayoral candidate Supervisor John Avalos opened the march at 7am, addressing the crowd in a suit and tie. "We are standing for a better world," said Avalos. "Together we will win because we are not going to stop."
Stay tuned for updates and check out pictures from the recent Occupy San Francisco and Occupy Oakland protests below: