UPDATE: Delay at Church and 20th is clearing. IB/OB #JChurch resuming regular service. Expect residual delays. https://t.co/YUgxustJEW (More: 16 in last 48 hours)

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6 years ago
No matter how you travel around San Francisco, you’re bound to come across a signal that will make your journey a little easier. As a cyclist, you get the “green wave;” as a driver, traffic lights...
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Notice: The Inner Sunset Curb Management Project will be going to Engineering Public Hearing on December 6, 2019, at 10am in City Hall Room 416. For detailed legislation, click the hearing in the...
Blog Post
1 year ago
To improve your shopping experience and enhance safety, the Ellis-O’Farrell and Union Square garages have recently completed significant operational upgrades…just in time for the holiday rush ! These...
Blog Post
1 year ago
Kate Breen, who has served the SFMTA in a Government Affairs role since 2001, was recently elected to serve a two-year term (2019-2021) as Chair of the California Transit Association (CTA) Executive...
Blog Post
1 year ago
In this week’s Director’s Report from the SFMTA Board of Directors meeting, Jeffrey Tumlin gave updates on the following topics: Vision Zero It was a challenging year, with an increase in fatalities...
Project Update
Monday, January 13, 2020
In order to reduce Muni delay for buses turning left onto 3rd Street from Townsend, the 3rd Street Transit and Safety Project proposes adding a bus-only left-turn lane on Townsend Street eastbound at...
Blog Post
1 year ago
The SFMTA is always looking for ways to improve service and ensuring the public is consistently kept in the loop regarding transit improvements is a big part of that. In recognition of our hard work...
Blog Post
4 years ago
Did you take Muni this weekend? You were not alone (as you may have noticed). Public transportation ridership was up all over the region, and SF was no exception. Muni is moving Super Bowl 50...
Project Update
Friday, November 16, 2018
Throughout most of 2017, the project team worked collaboratively with the Union Square Business Improvement District (BID), Powell Street hotels and businesses, other stakeholders, and the larger...
Project Update
Thursday, February 13, 2020
Following the completion of the Church Station outbound platform elevator last October, the rehabilitation of the outbound street elevator at this station will start the first week of March 2020. The...
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COVID-19 UPDATE: The SFMTA Taxi Customer Services Window will be closed until further notice. The following actions are in place until further notice due to the Public Health Order: The issuance of...
Project Update
Friday, June 5, 2020
Thank you for your interest in the Valencia Bikeway Improvements Project. As the shelter-in-place mandate continues as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the following provides an update regarding...
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Why is the SFMTA Implementing Asset Management? Over the last decade, the declining condition of national transit assets has led to a nationwide effort in utilizing Asset Management practices to...
Project Update
The Geary Rapid project will make traveling on Geary—home to one of the busiest bus corridors in the west—a more reliable and safer experience with dedicated bus lanes and safety improvements for...
Project Update
Construction Beginning Monday, August 17 The work that was previously stated to begin the week of July 27 will begin on Monday, August 17th, and last for the duration of approximately one week...
Project Update
Construction Progress Update The southbound direction of The Embarcadero between Mission to Howard streets was repaved and road markings were installed late-June. Five general parking meters are...
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LATEST UPDATE: Castro Street Elevator Closed for Upgrades To minimize disruption and take advantage of the current temporary Muni Metro closure, the SFMTA will begin our elevator rehabilitation with...
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CURRENT STATUS: As of September 2020, the project team is close to finishing detailed design for six sidewalk extensions (four of which will include landscaped rain gardens), as well as the city's...