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With multiple ways of paying, buying your Muni bus, rail or cable car tickets is easy. And because paying with cash slows the system down, we reward you with a lower fare for paying by other means...
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Please fill out the form below if you are interested in becoming a Taxi Driver in San Francisco. If you have already filled out the form, proceed to New Taxi Driver Training . document...
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Save time and money with MuniMobile®, San Francisco's official ticketing app for Muni buses, trains, cable cars and paratransit rides. MuniMobile lets you buy tickets instantly through a credit/debit...
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Pole Licenses for Wireless Carriers We welcome your partnership in utilizing SFMTA owned and controlled assets for wireless facilities—but before you do, please review our list of existing pole...
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To be eligible for paratransit, you must be unable to use Muni’s accessible buses, trains, or streetcars some or all of the time, without the aid of another person. In addition, if you are unable to...
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On-site parking at Chase Center is extremely limited. We strongly encourage Chase Center patrons to use public transportation. If you need to drive, please consider parking at one of these garages...
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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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Even parking tickets get a day off now and then. Parking Enforcement follows the City and County of San Francisco Holiday Calendar . Upcoming Holiday Street Parking Enforcement Changes Indigenous...
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Automatic Indexing Implementation Plan (“AIIP”) Financial stability is of the utmost importance to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (“SFMTA”). It is the SFMTA Board of Directors'...
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STREET ADDRESS CROSS STREET LOCATION 299 Day St Sanchez 0-21' east of Sanchez 5545 3rd St Armstrong 0-22' north of Armstrong 1551 Geary Blvd Laguna From 15' to 57 feet east of the garage entrance 501...
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Regulations for Working in San Francisco Streets Regulations For Working In San Francisco Streets, also known as the “ Blue Book ,” is a manual for City agencies (DPW, Muni, SFWD, DPT, Port of SF,...
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SFMTA’s mutli-modal transit system and the City’s broader transportation network generate a number of environmental benefits that help to make San Francisco a healthy, resilient and equitable city...
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Goals The 2018 Strategic Plan establishes SFMTA's vision for a city of excellent transportation choices and mission to connect San Francisco through a safe, equitable and sustainable transportation...
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San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has a strong commitment to the community we serve...
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More people from all walks of life see their bicycle as a more convenient way to get where they need to go in San Francisco. Since 2006, bicycling has grown by 184 percent and San Francisco adds more...
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The SFMTA’s Twitter account, @sfmta_muni , provides real-time alerts about Muni service disruptions, information about the SFMTA’s work and notices about upcoming events that affect transportation in...
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Taxis & Ramp Taxis combine the flexibility of same-day availability with the convenience of a direct route to your destination. There are so many reasons why taxis are a great choice for any trip...
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SF Paratransit Taxi services are a great alternative to the ADA-compliant SF Access van program, because you get: the convenience of a direct route to your destination. the flexibility of prompt,...
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If you are already eligible for paratransit, you may schedule a ride by calling the SF Paratransit Reservations Office at 415.285.6945. SF Access services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,...
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Each one-way ride on SF Access costs $2.50 (subject to change). Fares must be presented upon boarding the vehicle, and may be paid in any of the following ways: Cash: In exact change only, given to...
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When you arrive at your destination, gather all your belongings and prepare to exit the vehicle. You may request that the driver deploy the lift or ramp, or request help exiting the vehicle and...
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Your “Pick Up Window” On the day of your trip, you should be ready to board the vehicle within a 20-minute “pick up window”, which is from 5 minutes before the promised pickup time to 15 minutes...
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Since the 1970s, commuters between the East Bay and San Francisco have shared rides across the Bay Bridge in a system commonly known as casual carpool. Riders line up in locations in Alameda, Contra...