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Blog Post
6 months ago
It's time to gear up and roll out. Bike to work day is tomorrow, Thursday, May 9th. Every May, we get together and ride to work on one of the cleanest transportation methods, the old velocipede . No...
Blog Post
6 months ago
Have you ever wondered how many miles of high-quality bike network has been installed in the last five years? Have you ever had sleepless nights pondering the status of our bicycle wayfinding sign...
Blog Post
5 months ago
Applications are now open for the 2019 season of Play Streets SF, a program empowering San Francisco residents to throw their own series of play-focused block parties on a regular basis and transform...
Project Update
Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Page Street is an important corridor for the Hayes Valley / Lower Haight neighborhoods because of its connectivity to John Muir Elementary School, parks and other destinations. It is also a popular...
Landing Page Extended
January-April 2019 90-Day Improvement Plan Initiatives Various near-term initiatives for the plan were identified and developed during collaborative work sessions within Transit. Targeted actions and...
Blog Post
2 months ago
Practice makes perfect! That's right, we are talking about practice. Over the last month, we have been conducting dry runs to make sure things go smoothly when Chase Center officially opens next week...
Blog Post
2 months 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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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...
Project
Introduction: 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...
Project
The project is to construct a new traction power electrical circuit and install new switch equipment along Church Street between Market Street and Duboce Avenue, also known as the Duboce Portal. Once...
Project
The Better Market Street Project aims to improve the experience for everyone using the City’s busiest corridor for transit, pedestrians and bikes. Among other elements, the project proposes three...
Blog Post
1 month ago
Today, the SFMTA issued permits to four scooter-share operators: Scoot, Jump, Lime and Spin through the new Powered Scooter Share Permit Program . With the pilot program set to expire on Monday,...
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San Francisco attracts thousands of sightseeing buses each year. Whether your bus is based in the Bay Area, elsewhere in California, outside the state, or even internationally, it is important to be...
Project
As part of Muni Forward, SFMTA has identified the 5 Fulton corridor as being a part of its proposed Rapid Network. In most cities, a Rapid Network is bus service with dedicated lanes and vehicles...
Project Update
Friday, August 16, 2013
August 17-26, 2013 During the next 10 days, construction to prepare for tunneling will continue in SoMa and Union Square. In North Beach, demolition of the Pagoda Palace will continue. No Central...
Reports And Documents
TNC Rulemaking: SFMTA Comments
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