Welcome to the Muni Centennial website of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA).
This page provides an accessible description of home page content where the website technology does not permit us to provide a description on the home page itself.
There are two sets of images on the home page of this website.
At the top of the page is the website masthead, featuring the Muni Centennial logo. The logo reads "The People's System, Muni @ 100" on a ribbon in front of an illustration of a gray and red streetcar. Below the ribbon is the Muni O'Shaughnessey logo, reading "Municipal Railway" in a circle around the letters "SF" and below that the words "Muni 1912-2012." The masthead also features the decorative words "Muni Centennial" in the Univers font.
Next, a historic photo from Muni's photo gallery will appear. There are a selection of images that will change from time to time.
Below that are tiles which link to various events and pages. Behind these are faded background images of various photos showing different aspects of Muni history:
- Customers riding an open-air cable car number 12.
- A historic streetcar.
- A Muni conductor with a change belt standing in front of a streetcur.
- An old streetcar on open rails and ties. A customer is hanging off the right side of the car.
- Construction of one of the Muni tunnels as seen from the portal.
- A police officer directs cars and streetcars on a busy street.
- A Muni bus with historic livery, with the Golden Gate bridge in the background.
- A PCC car turns a corner.
- Pedestrians pass by a cable car.
- A streetcar with indoor and outside seating.