blog banner

You are here

About this blog

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

The first weekend of summer and the last weekend of June will draw an estimated one million people into the city for the world-famous Pride celebration. While Pride weekend will take center stage in the city this weekend, don’t forget that the San Francisco Giants will begin a six game home stand on Friday. Muni service will be increased and get you out to AT&T Park for those games against the New York Mets and Colorado Rockies. Now, here's what you can expect during this weekend's Pride events.

Muni Contingent in 2016 SF Pride Parade
The SFMTA contingent during the 2016 Pride Parade. SFMTA Photo Archive

Pride Weekend

Friday through Sunday
Castro and Civic Center

"A Celebration of Diversity” is the theme of this year’s San Francisco Pride festivities which will begin Friday night with the Trans March procession from Dolores Park to the Tenderloin. Saturday will feature the Dyke March as it makes its way from Dolores Park to the Castro. Also on Saturday and Sunday, hundreds of thousands of people will make their way to the Civic Center Plaza for the Pride Celebration, which will feature music and dance performances on several stages plus appearances by nationally and internationally recognized LGBT stars.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

This weekend will be a busy one, especially in the western part of the city, with the Haight-Ashbury Street FairSunday Streets in Golden Gate Park and the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon on Sunday. Read more about featured events below.

Haight-Ashbury Street Fair 2010
Looking west down Haight Street during the 2010 Haight-Ashbury Street Fair. Photo: bobnrenee/Flickr

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Ghirardelli Square Sign
One of the many Ghirardelli signs that populate the namesake square. Photo: m01229/Flickr

Events: This weekend's many activities take place at locations all across the city, from Fisherman's Wharf in the north to Lake Merced in the south. See our featured events below.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

When people talk about transportation, have you ever noticed that the conversation usually tilts toward daily experiences?

“How long is your commute, door-to-door?” is a good conversation starter. “My bus sat in traffic,” is a relatable lament, even if your bus is usually on time. “Parking was tough,” can lead to an invigorating discussion on how the city works.

No doubt the SFMTA is part of these conversations, and we talk about the same things in our own shop. But we’re also thinking about the big-picture questions.

They’re serious things like, “What more can we do to stop unsafe speeding, the number one cause of traffic deaths and severe injuries in San Francisco?” And “How are we preparing for the future of 2040, when San Francisco is expected to have more than 100,000 new households and 190,000 new jobs?” 

People walking down Market Street

Monday, August 10, 2015

As we discussed last week, as The Chronicle explained this morning and as other media partners have pointed out here and 

Monday, December 22, 2014

As 2014 comes to a close, the Moving SF team wishes you and yours a festive celebration and a dynamic New Year. We also want to take a moment to thank you for reading, subscribing and commenting. Your support during our inaugural year is greatly appreciated. We’re excited to expand our efforts to bring you more robust content in the new year.

Over the next two weeks, we will be taking a bit of a breather, publishing heavily from the SFMTA photo archive on a Monday-Wednesday-Friday schedule.

Friday, September 5, 2014

Say “SFMTA” and most people think of Muni. This is understandable; Muni is a big part of the SFMTA, San Francisco and the city’s history.  But there’s much more to the SFMTA as the city’s transportation agency, and there’s more to San Francisco’s transportation infrastructure than just its buses and trains.

Think about the city’s streets and sidewalks you use every day: both the whole travel experience and the small details you encounter on the way.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

The SFMTA is responsible for managing the city’s transportation system. Our colleagues in the agency work tirelessly to keep SF moving. We want to use this blog to start telling you more about what they do every day to make San Francisco’s transportation system work better.