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1 year ago
This summer, many Muni riders noticed a decline in service as we experienced a temporary shortage of bus operators. In August, Mayor London Breed called on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation...
Project Update
Monday, January 28, 2019
Participants at the L Taraval Improvement Project Open House fill out surveys and discuss options for trees, art and designs. Community Survey Results Thank you to everyone that shared feedback on...
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1 year ago
In 2014, San Francisco adopted an ambitious goal called Vision Zero , committing to end all traffic deaths in our city. With this goal comes a simple philosophy: traffic deaths aren’t just...
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1 year ago
New mobility services and technologies promise to fill gaps in our transportation system and make it more effective, more sustainable, and more equitable. But we know that without careful management...
Press Releases
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Mayor London Breed, Supervisor Shamann Walton and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) today announced ending switchbacks on the T Third Line. The effort aims to establish...
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1 year ago
N Judah Bus Substitution Reminder: In support of the Inner Sunset Streetscape Improvement Project , a Muni Forward initiative for transit, infrastructure and safety improvements, the N Judah Bus will...
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1 year ago
With "Bike to Work Day" rolling in this Thursday, we wanted to update everyone on this past year's bike count data. As the city of San Francisco continues to grow, making the streets safe for people...
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1 year ago
Board of Directors Meeting Tuesday, May 21, 1 p.m. City Hall, Room 400 Nearby Muni Routes: 5, 19, 21, 47, 49, F Market, Civic Center Station The SFMTA Board of Directors provides policy oversight for...
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1 year ago
San Francisco is bullish on biking. It’s one of the cleanest, cheapest, quickest and most fun ways to get around town. Since 2013, cycling has gotten more and more convenient thanks to the expansion...
Blog Post
11 months ago
Wherever you live in the Bay Area, public transit will be the fastest, most reliable and least expensive way to get to Chase Center . Located at the corner of Third and 16th streets in Mission Bay,...
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The SFMTA’s Commuter Shuttle Program provides permits to eligible commuter shuttle operators to use a network of designated stops in San Francisco. Program participants are required to pay a fee and...
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At the SFMTA we understand how important easy, accessible transit and safe, walkable streets are to older adults (and the rest of us!). Navigate the many ways to get around town, whether individually...
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Sometimes we use abbreviations on Tom Maguire's calendar in order to save space. The following guide is provided to allow you to understand them. The following are ways of creating short content:...
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If you are already eligible for paratransit, you may schedule a ride by calling the SF Paratransit Reservations Office at 415.285.6945. SF Access services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,...
Blog Post
5 years ago
For this week’s edition of “Information Gladly Given,” we bring you some exciting news out of the Central Subway Project. The tunnel contract is near completion! Big Alma and Mom Chung, the two...