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Accessibility Complaints

We are committed to operating our programs and services in a manner that is accessible to all people.

If you believe you have been excluded from, denied the benefit of, or been subjected to discrimination due to your disability while using any SFMTA services, you are encouraged to report it to the SFMTA.

Reporting an Accessibility or Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Related Complaint involving Muni Operations

All Muni accessibility complaints may be reported through 311 or with our online Muni feedback form, and they will be investigated by appropriate staff.

For accessibility related complaints which involve a Muni operator, you may request a courtesy accessibility review when you file your complaint. SFMTA staff responding to your complaint will attempt to identify the operator using the information you provide. If the operator is identified, you may choose to attend a review mtg. with the operator, their union representative and a neutral hearing officer. The hearing officer will hear testimony from all parties and make a determination, which will be communicated back to you in writing. Whether or not you attend the review, your complaint will be investigated and appropriate action will be taken.

Eff. 3/20: Due to the current shelter-in-place order, the SFMTA has suspended courtesy Accessibility Reviews (formerly ADA Hearings) until further notice. Incident details will be documented and provided to SFMTA Accessible Services and corresponding Transit Division Management for further review, investigation and appropriate action.  

When reporting a complaint, please do your best to get as much information as possible about the incident. In addition to the description of the incident and your contact information, please provide the following:

Please note: Anonymous reports will be investigated, but are not eligible for Accessibility Reviews.

  • The date, time and location
  • The vehicle route (letter or number) and direction (inbound/outbound or north, south, east or west)
  • The vehicle number, which is a four digit number displayed at the front and back of all Muni vehicles. These are also provided in braille behind the operator's cab of every vehicle.
  • The Operator's four digit cap number, located on the right sleeve of their uniform
  • A general description of the operator

When you report your complaint you will receive a reference number. Please keep this to refer to and use if you have any questions regarding your complaint.

To file an ADA complaint please contact 311 by phone (Free language assistance provided):

  • Voice within San Francisco: 311
  • Voice, outside San Francisco: 415.701.2311
  • TTY: 415.701.2323

To file an ADA complaint online, please visit our Muni feedback form.

You may also submit a complaint in person at the SFMTA Customer Service Center:

SFMTA Customer Service Center

11 South Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94103

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Reporting an Accessibility or ADA Complaint not related to Muni Operators

For SFMTA Accessibility or ADA complaints not related to Muni operators please contact the SFMTA Accessibility Services Department:

Erin McAuliff

SFMTA Accessible Services
1 South Van Ness Avenue, 7th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone: 415.646.2089

SFMTA staff will investigate your complaint and get back to you within 30 days. Please make sure to include your contact information when filing a complaint.

For more information about the complaint process, or accessibility questions please contact the SFMTA Accessible Services program at 415.646.2260.