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12 months ago
As a part of the SFMTA’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we implemented a number of temporary emergency projects designed to maximize Muni service in light of newly constrained resources. For...
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7 years ago
Muni has long strived to make innovative improvements to service while reducing the environmental impacts that come with operating a transit system. In the early 1970s, Muni decided to explore a few...
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1 year ago
Much of Muni service has already been restored since the pandemic-related service reductions at the beginning of the crisis, thanks to the dedication of SFMTA staff. As San Francisco emerges from the...
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2 years ago
The SFMTA recently launched the Building Progress Program with the intent to upgrade all of our old facilities across San Francisco. Part of these upgrades includes facility improvements for Muni,...
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6 years ago
This won’t be news to anyone who has squeezed onto a packed N Judah car at Van Ness Station for the evening commute or crammed onto an M Ocean View car at Castro Station to get to work in the morning...
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3 years ago
Photo courtesy of James Bueti Working together with other transit agencies is an important part of keeping your commute moving. With fast-growing ridership and a faster-growing neighborhood, the 22nd...
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3 weeks ago
The 6 Haight/Parnassus was temporarily suspended in March 2020 and will be brought back into service July 9, 2022, along with the 2 Sutter and 21 Hayes. As the SFMTA prioritizes service equity and...
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2 years ago
We are always looking for ways to make our streets safer and input from the community is a big help. Please join us and bring your ideas and concerns to our open house this coming Tuesday, August 27...
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6 years ago
Balboa Park BART/Muni Station is one of the busiest transit hubs in the region, serving more than 24,000 people daily. After launching the Balboa Park Area Plan 16 years ago to identify the needed...
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6 years ago
Second Street is getting some early improvements as we gear up for its makeover. We’re implementing near-term safety upgrades for walking and biking prior to the start of construction on the full 2nd...
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11 months ago
Mayo r London N. Br eed, Supervisor Myrna Melgar and the SFMTA have announced the expansion of our Free Muni for Youth Program to include all youth starting August 15, 2021. This is scheduled to...
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1 year ago
The SFMTA is updating and expanding our next big service change targeted for August 14. These adjustments take into account stakeholder feedback and changes in COVID-19 regulations like physical...
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1 year ago
In December and January 2021 the SFMTA will phase back in surface rail on the J Church and T Third . This will free up buses so we can bring back more routes like the 27 Bryant, extend bus service on...
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4 years ago
As most of our readers know, the SFMTA manages all ground transportation in San Francisco – everything from the historic Municipal Railway transit system, known as Muni, to traffic signs and signals...
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6 years ago
Get all the way across the city from SF State to the Embarcadero in a straight shot underground? Improve the capacity of four different Muni Metro lines with one project? It’s all possible through a...
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1 month ago
In order to achieve the SFMTA’s vision for transit service, we have some work to do. Staff have provided an overarching framework for how SFMTA will achieve a truly dazzling vision for Muni service:...
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3 weeks ago
A new, red transit lane on Stockton Street The SFMTA’s Muni Forward program is delivering transit reliability improvements that are transforming the Muni system and enhancing the customer experience...
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11 months ago
New subway signage showing new directional wayfinding and accessible exists. When the Muni Metro subway reopened on May 15, 2021, customers noticed some changes at the Castro and Church stations: new...
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7 years ago
Muni Forward is about making it easier to get around San Francisco—from improving the frequency and reliability of Muni, to making it safer to walk in the city. All of the SFMTA’s plans and projects...
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8 months ago
In December 2020, the J Church returned as a surface-only route, much like its earliest predecessor, which opened in 1917. Although the J Church travelled as far as the Embarcadero for more than 100...
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8 months ago
The sky was gloomy but the mood was celebratory at the Japantown Peace Plaza on Wednesday. Fortunately, the rain stopped just long enough for the SFMTA, along with Mayor London Breed and other city...
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7 years ago
Yesterday San Franciscans voted resoundingly to improve Muni and build safer streets citywide. Proposition A passed with 71% of the vote—more than the required two-thirds majority and a strong...
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6 years ago
Muni’s newest bus yard, the Islais Creek Motor Coach Facility, is rapidly expanding with the exciting influx of new Muni buses. This is the first of two posts in which we’ll take a look at the...