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The Parkmerced project proposes to add some 5,600 new residential units to the 152-acre site’s existing 3,221 housing units. It will also provide new commercial and retail services, and open space...
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The new Rapid Network prioritizes frequency and reliability on our most heavily used routes. Our Rapid lines carry nearly 70% of customers, and form the backbone of the Muni network.
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Muni Forward includes engineering improvements—also known as Transit Priority Projects—designed to address transit delay, improve reliability, and increase the safety and comfort of customers along...
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We're working to improve the safety and reliablity of our transit system. Contact us at muniforward@sfmta.com .
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Construction is now complete! We would like to thank the community for their patience while we worked to complete this green corridor. Join us Saturday, May 5, 2018 at 10 am for the Wiggle...
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Serving more than 24,000 people daily, the Balboa Park BART and Muni Station and the surrounding area is one of the busiest transit hubs in the region located near the I-280 Ocean-Geneva Ave...
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Planner in the Regional Planning group of the Sustainable Streets Division, focused on Long Range Planning and coordination across agencies and departments. Serves as SFMTA Liaison to the Balboa Park...
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SFMTA established SFpark to use new technologies and policies to improve parking in San Francisco. Reducing traffic by helping drivers find parking benefits everyone. More parking availability makes...
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Muni Forward, which is the project that aims to make getting around San Francisco faster and more reliable, has identified Muni’s 9 San Bruno corridor as being a part of its proposed Rapid Network...
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The development plans for Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island include up to 8,000 new homes (30% offered at below-market rates), up to 500 hotel rooms, a 400-slip marina, restaurants, retail and...
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Integrating transportation and land use planning is essential to meet the ever growing needs of a vibrant city like San Francisco. Research has proven that development patterns (and their related...
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The SFMTA implemented San Francisco’s first parking-protected bikeway in Spring of 2012 along the eastern end of John F. Kennedy Drive in Golden Gate Park. The bikeway offers a wide, comfortable...
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The SFMTA worked with San Francisco Public Works to create the city’s first raised bikeway on a two-block stretch of Market Street between 12th and Gough streets in the eastbound/downtown direction...
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Lombard Street is a high-injury corridor; several treatments are proposed to improve safety along the corridor between Van Ness and Doyle Drive. The treatments include transit and pedestrian bulbs,...
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The Turk Street Safety Project began in Spring 2016. SFMTA identified Turk Street for improvement, between Market Street and Gough Street, based on its inclusion on the Vision Zero High Injury...