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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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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Special Events Under the terms of the Stay Safer at Home Health Order , special events and neighborhood blocks are for the most part not currently allowable. The current...
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If you need a temporary “No Parking” or “No Stopping” zone, SFMTA provides temporary tow-away signs for use during special events and for moving vans. Temporary Tow-Away Signage Temporary no parking...
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The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is a department of the City and County of San Francisco responsible for the management of all ground transportation in the city. The SFMTA...
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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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Quick Links Overview | Equity | Bikeshare's Purpose | System Planning and Station Siting | Bay Area Bike Share Pilot | Stationless Bikeshare | Bikeshare Data Overview Options for bikeshare in the Bay...
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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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Valid on all Muni vehicles including cable cars. Eligible youth ages 5-18 and seniors must apply for and receive a discount Clipper card before they can purchase the discount monthly pass. People...
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Cable Cars are not currently operational. To board cable cars at Powell & Market, Bay & Taylor and Hyde & Beach Streets, you must purchase your fare in advance (applies 8 a.m. to 5 p.m...
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Whether you're here for a day or for several weeks, SFMTA makes it simple for visitors to get around the city with ease. A Visitor Passport can be purchased at ticket kiosks, on Clipper ®, via...
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Whether you're here for a day or for several weeks, SFMTA makes it simple for visitors to get around the city with ease. A Visitor Passport can be purchased at ticket kiosks, on Clippe r ®, via...
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Whether you're here for a day or for several weeks, SFMTA makes it simple for visitors to get around the city with ease. A Visitor Passport can be purchased at ticket kiosks, on Clippe ® r , via...
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San Francisco is a key destination for many neighboring cities and counties. To explore the Bay Area, consider taking Muni to these transit services and explore their resources. 511 SF Bay 511...
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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...
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A green space used by 13 million people each year, Golden Gate Park is both a place of recreation and travel. In support of Mayor Ed Lee’s Vision Zero Executive Directive, SFMTA and the San Francisco...
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We've been called the "Greenest Taxi City in America." That's because the vast majority of San Francisco's taxi fleet runs on alternative fuels. Thanks to aggressive emission standards set by 2008's...