Search - site wide text search

Displaying 501 - 525 of 26563
Project

Modernizing San Francisco's Parking Meter Hours

Project Introduction

November 2023 Update: The effort to modernize meter hours is being delayed while the city conducts an independent analysis of the economic impact of extending parking meter hours. San Francisco uses...

Project

All Electric Fleet Transition

Project Introduction

The SFMTA is a global leader in supporting an environmentally sustainable transportation system. Muni operates the greenest fleet of any city in North America. More than 50 percent of our transit...

Project

Presidio Yard Modernization Project

Project Introduction

The Presidio Yard Modernization Project is an exciting opportunity to rethink, rebuild and expand the current site into a multi-level modern bus operations and maintenance facility and adjacent mixed...

Project

Bus Wash System Replacement Project

Project Introduction

Construction to replace and upgrade the bus wash system at Muni Woods Division is set to begin the first week of June 2022. Upon completion, the upgraded structure will be able to wash the 40” and 60”...

Project

Facilities State of Good Repair

Project Introduction

The SFMTA has 20 facilities, which are needed to support Muni transit service, paratransit service, street infrastructure, sign and paint shops, and other critical functions that keep San Francisco...

Project

24 Divisadero Safety and Transit Project

Project Introduction

The 24 Divisadero provides critical north-south transit service for essential workers, seniors, people with disabilities and others without access to private vehicles for essential trips. It also...

Project

Divisadero Intersection Improvements

Project Introduction

Divisadero Street between Turk and Haight streets is a segment of San Francisco’s Vision Zero High Injury Network.The SFMTA’s Divisadero Intersection Improvements project will improve ten...

Project

Jones Street Quick-Build

Project Introduction

Construction is complete on Jones Street! The project went to Engineering Public Hearing on June 3, 2022 and was approved by the City Traffic Engineer. Please view our Jones Quick-Build Open House for...

Project

J Church Surface-only Route

Project Introduction

So that Muni Metro is the best option for people taking crosstown trips, SFMTA staff are working to identify ways to reduce Muni Metro travel times, increase frequency, improve reliability and reduce...

Project

Proposition A: Muni Reliability and Street Safety Bond

Project Introduction

On March 1, 2022, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to place the Muni Reliability and Street Safety Bond on the June 7, 2022 ballot. Proposition A is a bond measure that would...

Project

Howard Street Implementation

Project Introduction

The Howard Streetscape Project area includes Howard Street, a westbound one-way street, that extends from 4th to 11th streets. Howard Street runs parallel to Folsom and Mission streets. The Moscone...

Project

Mid-Irving Parking and Curb Management

Project Introduction

The Irving Street corridor is a vibrant and vital backbone to the northern Sunset District community, with businesses and institutions serving nearby residents and cross-town visitors. Balancing the...

Project

Proposed Transit Improvements on Geary at Park Presidio

Project Introduction

As part of the Geary Boulevard Improvement Project, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is proposing changes to improve transit performance at the inbound and outbound bus stops...

Project

Citywide Parking Meter Replacement

Project Introduction

Beginning in March 2022 and continuing on a rolling basis through mid-2025, the SFMTA will replace all the parking meters in the City. The SFMTA is undertaking this project because the current parking...

Project

Climate Roadmap for a Healthier San Francisco

Project Introduction

In San Francisco, transportation is one of the largest contributors to climate change, which has brought severe weather events such as flooding and wildfires to residents’ doorsteps. Climate change...

Project

Folsom Street Implementation

Project Introduction

The Folsom Streetscape Project area includes Folsom Street between 2nd and 11th streets. Folsom Street is an eastbound, one-way street and between 11th and Falmouth streets, there are three vehicle...

Project

Kirkland Yard Electrification Project

Project Introduction

The SFMTA is an industry leader in implementing clean transit and shares the City’s and the State’s vision to moderate the impacts of climate change. Muni’s transition to zero-emission vehicles will...

Project

Transit Delay Hot Spots Program

Project Introduction

^ 44 O’Shaughnessy driving through the hot spot intersection near Woodside Avenue/Portola Drive to O’Shaughnessy Boulevard/Portola Drive. The SFMTA is taking an exciting new approach to reducing delay...

Project

What's in Proposition L?

Project Introduction

San Francisco's voter-approved half-cent sales tax for transportation generates approximately $100 million annually for improvements like new buses and light rail vehicles, street paving, bike lanes...

Project

Main Street Streetscape Project

Project Introduction

The Main Street Streetscape Project is part of a larger neighborhood‐wide community planning initiative called the South Downtown Design + Activation Plan (Soda). Soda seeks to create vibrant streets...

Project

Frida Kahlo Way Quick-Build Project

Project Introduction

The Frida Kahlo Quick-Build Project aims to improve safety for people walking and bicycling on Frida Kahlo Way and Judson Avenue west of Foerster Street. It seeks to strengthen active-transportation...

Project

Great Highway Pilot Evaluation Project

Project Introduction

Background: Car-free Upper Great Highway The Great Highway is a 3.8-mile-long roadway running along Ocean Beach on the westernmost side of San Francisco. The Upper Great Highway is a two-mile segment...

Project

12th Avenue Slow Street

Project Introduction

12th Avenue from Lincoln Way to Lawton Street in the Inner Sunset neighborhood was approved as a Slow Street by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board on December 6, 2022...

Project

23rd Avenue Slow Street

Project Introduction

23rd Avenue from Lake Street to Cabrillo in the Richmond was approved as a Slow Street by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board on December 6, 2022. This corridor had...