UPDATE: The 12 and 27 have resumed their regular routes. https://t.co/B0U0ZMunhI (More: 21 in last 24hrs)

Muni Service Equity Strategy preliminary recommendations

Service Affected 
Transit

Over the past few months, the SFMTA collected feedback from thousands of Muni customers about Muni service performance improvements they'd like prioritized (such as reducing gaps in service, reducing travel time and crowding, and others). Based on what was heard, SFMTA staff developed preliminary recommendations for Muni improvements. These preliminary recommendations were recently presented at community meetings within the Equity Strategy Neighborhoods for feedback. Now, you can review these recommendations and tell us what you think. 

Review the staff recommendations below for your neighborhood, then take the survey to provide input on those recommendations. Once vetted with community members like you, project staff will present these recommendations to the SFMTA Board of Directors on March 20 to review and potentially adopt the 2018 Muni Service Equity Strategy. The Equity Strategy will be presented to the Board of Directors before the development of the fiscal years 2019 and 2020 capital and operating budget.

Bayview and Visitacion Valley 

Chinatown  

Excelsior-Outer Mission

Inner Mission

Oceanview-Ingleside

South of Market-Tenderloin

Western Addition

The SFMTA Board adopted the Muni Service Equity Policy in 2014. The Muni Service Equity Strategy implements this policy and focuses on improving routes in San Francisco neighborhoods that rely heavily on transit service. The neighborhoods were selected based on the percentage of households with low incomes, private vehicle ownership and race and ethnicity demographics. The Strategy was developed jointly with transportation equity and affordable housing advocates, who continue to advise the SFMTA.