ATTN: Report of a non-Muni collision on Fulton btwn 15th and 16th. Expect delays and possible reroutes on the IB/OB 5. (More: 15 in last 48 hours)

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Mission Bay Loop will provide turn-around capabilities for the T Third Street light rail line via a connection of trackway from Third Street to 18th, Illinois and 19th streets. Moreover, the Mission...
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The Muni Service Equity Strategy is one component of the agency's commitment to make transit accessible and affordable to all of our customers. The Equity Strategy will benefit eight selected Equity...
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A better Geary is coming soon. The Geary Rapid Project aims to improve one of San Francisco’s busiest corridors with much-needed safety improvements and more reliable bus service for the 38 Geary and...
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The Muni Subway Expansion project is based on a simple idea: make the best use of the resources we have. That means our subway tunnel and our train cars. We should make one of Muni's rail lines a...
Permit
This program is administered in coordination with the Bay Area Vanpool Program. To reach them directly call 510.273.3610 or “511” and follow the phone prompts. In order to receive a permit you must...
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San Francisco is meeting the Department of Transportation's Smart City Challenge to bring the future of shared, electric, connected, and automated vehicles to all San Franciscans. Together we can...
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From parking permits and street improvements to chartered cable cars, here’s where you can find the full range of transportation services the SFMTA provides to customers upon request. For other city...
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Established by voter proposition in 1999, the SFMTA, a department of the City and County of San Francisco, oversees Muni (the historic Municipal Railway), parking and traffic, bicycling, walking and...
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Combining bikes and Muni is a great way to get around San Francisco. Whether you’re putting your bike on the bus for a fun ride in Golden Gate Park or Treasure Island, or using it for your commute,...
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San Francisco attracts thousands of sightseeing buses each year. Whether your bus is based in the Bay Area, elsewhere in California, outside the state, or even internationally, it is important to be...
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San Francisco has a network of tour bus-only loading and parking zones near major tourist attractions, which you can find on the citywide tour bus loading and parking map. For detailed information on...