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Approximately 195 school crossing guards serve public and private schools throughout San Francisco, assisting children in arriving and departing safely each day. Placement and assignment of crossing...
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Each year, the SFMTA measures bicycle ridership in San Francisco by collecting data from a network of automated bike counters , which use sensors embedded in the pavement, and by conducting manual...
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Muni's late-night transit service is called the Owl network and it's the strongest in the region. Owl service runs every half hour between 1 and 5 a.m. nightly, serving San Franciscans and off-peak...
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The Transportation Sector Climate Action Strategy identifies key actions in two program areas (Climate Mitigation and Climate Adaptation) to be implemented over the next two years. These actions are...
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It is the vision of the Sustainability and Climate Action Program at SFMTA to ensure that the work of the agency helps to improve the quality of life and the environment in San Francisco and the...
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Free Travel Training is available for individuals or groups of older adults and people with disabilities who would like to improve their transit skills or gain more experience using the Muni system...
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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...
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An Accessible Pedestrian Signal (APS) is a pedestrian push button that communicates when to cross the street in a non-visual manner, such as audible tones, speech messages, and vibrating surfaces...
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Muni operates three types of Historic Streetcars: President's Conference Cars (PCCs), Milan Cars, and Antique Streetcars. Below you will find information about their accessible features...
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NextMuni The website www.NextMuni.com can be used to select origin and destination stops on all light rail lines and bus routes. NextMuni information can be accessed from internet-enabled handheld...
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Flag Stops In residential areas and other low traffic locations, many stops are “Flag stops” where Muni will stop in the street rather than pull to the curb. At these stops you will need to leave the...
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Contact 311 to report malfunctioning devices, elevator outages, misconduct, or any complaints you may have. All vehicles are equipped with vehicle numbers at the front and rear and above the board...
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PET POLICY Pets may not ride Muni during peak hours: Monday through Friday 5:00 am – 9:00 am 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm During off-peak hours, only one pet per Muni vehicle is allowed to ride. Dogs must be...
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Learn about the petition and review process for bringing parking permits to your neighborhood. Permit Area Map THE SFMTA'S POLICIES FOR ON-STREET PARKING MANAGEMENT The SFMTA uses a combination of...
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At the SFMTA we're working hard to make it easier for Muni riders to get around through a program of projects called Muni Forward. Informed by the Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP), Muni Forward...
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The SFMTA monitors bicycle volumes and commute trends citywide through three data collection methods: ACS Commute Data, annual bike counts collected manually at specified locations and automated...
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All Muni Metro underground stations (Embarcadero, Montgomery, Powell, Civic Center, Van Ness, Church Street, Castro Street, and Forest Hill) are accessible via street-to-concourse elevators and...
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The SFMTA monitors bicycle volumes and commute trends citywide through three data collection methods: ACS Commute Data, annual bike counts collected manually at specified locations and automated...
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A limited number of parking permits are available for schools, fire stations and foreign consulates located within RPP permit areas. If you have questions regarding teacher permits for your school,...
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2019 Bike Program Report This report is a successor to the SFMTA 2013-2018 Bicycle Strategy , which set policy targets to make bicycling a part of everyday life. A lot has changed in the last five...
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The SFMTA monitors bicycle volumes and commute trends citywide through three data collection methods: ACS Commute Data, annual bike counts collected manually at specified locations and automated...
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Transparent pricing for taxi. Want to know about how much a taxi ride will cost? Here's a quick breakdown of taxi rates in San Francisco and for out-of-town trips. Taxi Service Fare Amount First one-...
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CONTEST A VEHICLE TOW ORDERED BY SFMTA ENFORCEMENT If you believe your vehicle was towed in error, you may contest the validity of the tow by scheduling a hearing within 30 days of the tow. The date...
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Pay a Parking Ticket or Transit Citation You can look up citation information, check the status of a protest, and make a payment online . If you receive a parking or transit citation you must pay or...