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M Ocean View Transit and Safety Project

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Share your feedback about M Ocean View and traffic safety improvements that you’d like to see! Visit our self-guided open house at the Ocean View Public Library (345 Randolph Street) through July 3 to view project materials and take a brief survey.

Or take the survey here or by phone at 415.646.2033 Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 

¡Comparta sus comentarios sobre M Ocean View y las mejoras en el tráfico y la seguridad que le gustaría verVisite nuestra jornada de puertas abiertas autoguiada en la Biblioteca Pública de Ocean View (345 Randolph Street) hasta el 3 de julio para ver los materiales del proyecto y realizar una breve encuesta. 

O complete la encuesta aquí o por teléfono al 415.646.2033 de lunes a viernes, de 9 a.m. a 5 p.m. 

 

我們希望您爲改善 M 綫服務提供意見分享您希望看到的 M 街車綫和交通安全改進措施的回饋意見!請到我們在 Ocean View 公共圖書館的自助開放日瞭解項目概況 (345 Randolph Street)。即日起到 7 月 3 日, 歡迎您在圖書館開放期間, 到圖書館查看項目資料, 並做一項簡短的問卷調查。

或者上網 填寫問卷調查, 或致電參與 415.646.2033, 時間是周一至周五, 上午 9 點至下午 5 點

Project Introduction

The M Ocean View connects the Ocean View district to downtown San Francisco via the Twin Peaks Tunnel and the Balboa Park BART station. It also provides the Ocean View district with access to educational institutions including San Francisco State University and City College of San Francisco.

The M Ocean View has a ridership of over 21,000 people per day and serves a high percentage of people from households with low incomes and people of color.  The Muni Service Equity Strategy identified the line as a priority for improvements based on the demographic diversity in the Ocean View neighborhood. 

The M Ocean View Transit and Safety Project will focus on improvements along the M Ocean View between Junipero Serra Boulevard and Balboa Park BART Station. Our goals are to improve reliability for the M Ocean View, as well as enhance safety for people walking and accessibility along this corridor where there are many stops that do not have fully accessible boarding areas. The project is part of the Muni Forward program, which is delivering transit priority and reliability improvements across the Muni system.

Project Outreach

The project team will work closely with the Ocean View community to determine where improvements need to be made and will use their feedback to help shape our proposals. Initial outreach is currently underway as our project team meets with stakeholders to learn about their experiences with the route and improvement priorities. Rider and neighborhood surveys are also planned for late spring and early summer 2022.

Feedback received during this first round of outreach will help our project team develop initial proposals, which we expect to share in the summer. We will then do another round of outreach and will use the feedback received to refine the proposals before we present them to our Board of Directors for approval at the end of the year.

Project Timeline 
Spring 2022
Initial outreach and stakeholder engagement
Pending
Summer 2022
Addressing what we heard and share initial proposals
Pending
Fall 2022
Sharing refined proposals and gathering more feedback
Pending
Fall 2022
SFMTA Board consideration
Pending
Winter 2023-Summer 2024
Quick-build implementation of initial improvements; detailed design of permanent improvements
Pending
Fall 2024
Begin implementation
Pending
Current Phase or Stage
Initial outreach and stakeholder engagement
Predicted Completion
2026-2027
Project Status
Planning
Bus Routes and Rail Lines
Contact Information
Shalon Rogers, Public Relations Officer
415.646.2033