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With guidance from federal, state, regional and local agencies, we work to improve San Francisco’s transportation system. We invite you to find out more about the key government entities and...
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GUIDELINES SFMTA welcomes photography and videography on Muni vehicles and publicly-accessible property subject to the following guidelines All photography and videography activities should be...
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If you are a business interested in selling any SFMTA fare media (Clipper Cards, Visitor Passes, Parking Cards, etc.), please contact us at revenue.sales@sfmta.com or call 415.701.4623. We will be...
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The SFMTA welcomes the opportunity to meet with foreign dignitaries and foreign delegations to share knowledge and present information about its projects and programs. PROCESS Requests for tours are...
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BUYING PARKING METER CARDS OR TRANSIT PASSES IN BULK For purchases of more than 20 items, please contact the SFMTA directly at revenue.sales@sfmta.com or call 415.701.4623. Orders will be processed...
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If a curb color has become so faded that drivers are parking illegally within the zone, please call 311 (for calls outside of San Francisco, dial 415.701.2311). If the faded color zone is one you...
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We appreciate our customers' help in maintaining bicycle racks and corrals. If a rack has become damaged or unusable in some way, please report it. REPORT A DAMAGED BICYCLE RACK Call 311 (for calls...
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To report a traffic signal needing maintenance or repairs please call the San Francisco 311 Customer Service Center or 415.550.2736 (24 hours a day). Voice within San Francisco: 311 Voice, outside...
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The Large Vehicle Urban Driving Safety Program ensures, using a short training video and training requirements, that people who drive large vehicles in the City of San Francisco have been informed...
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Featuring the award-winning "It Stops Here" media campaign, the Safe Streets Campaign is a collaboration between the SFMTA, contractor MIG and other Vision Zero partners like the San Francisco...
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Speed kills. It’s one of the leading cause of traffic fatalities in San Francisco. The victims are people’s mothers or grandparents or children. That’s why the city began a citywide campaign in the...