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Friday, July 31, 2020 to Friday, August 7, 2020
Those traveling on the corridor are advised to stay alert and allow more travel time during construction. Polk Street, one block east of Van Ness Avenue, is a recommended alternative for people...
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Lifeline program applications and requests for replacement cards are being accepted online or by mail. Monthly pass sales are suspended until further notice. Expired Lifeline cards have been extended...
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Expanding Subway Capacity Muni Metro rail, which was suspended in March, is scheduled to return in August. Putting Metro rail back in service frees up buses currently in use for the L, M, N and T to...
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The Mission / Geneva Safety Project is a community project focused on pedestrian safety, Muni reliability, and loading improvements in the business district of the Excelsior neighborhood. Through...
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As you are most likely aware, Mayor London Breed has announced that effective 3/17/2020 midnight, San Francisco will require people to stay home except for necessary needs. Taxis are considered...
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Boot Removal Fee Individuals at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level are eligible for discounted boot removal and tow administrative fees. Fee Type Amount Standard Fee $505 Low-Income Fee $100...
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BOOT REMOVAL FEE: $515 ($525 Effective August 1, 2020) Under the California Vehicle Code sections 22651 and 22651.7, a vehicle with five or more delinquent parking citations may be towed immediately...
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Project Update: Following the citywide shelter-in-place order, the 7th Street Safety Project (Phase 3) resumed construction in May 2020. Construction of parking-protected bikeways, bike signals,...
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The Turk Street Safety Project began in Spring 2016. SFMTA identified Turk Street for improvement, between Market Street and Gough Street, based on its inclusion on the Vision Zero High Injury...
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As part of Muni Forward, SFMTA has identified Muni’s N Judah corridor as being a part of its proposed Rapid Network. In most cities, a Rapid Network is transit service with dedicated lanes and...
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The 5th Street Improvement Project will improve safety along the corridor for those who walk, bike, and drive in the neighborhood. This project will investigate potential bicycle, pedestrian, transit...
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The Laurel Heights/Jordan Park Traffic Calming Project was initiated by area residents to help reduce the negative impacts of motor vehicle traffic while improving safety and access for people...
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To keep the cable car system in the state of good repair, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will begin to rehabilitate the gearboxes that power the cable car system. Work to...
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The aims of the 3rd Street Transit and Safety Project are to reduce bus delays and improve safety for people walking on 3rd Street between Townsend and Market Streets, as well as to reconfigure...
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CURRENT STATUS The Sansome and Battery Connections Project was approved by the SFMTA Board on April 16, 2019. Project implementation was substantially completed in July 2019 and fully completed in...
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The SFMTA maintenance crews work hard every night after Muni Metro subway service hours to maintain the tracks and equipment underground. On most nights, this gives them only about two hours to get...