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Blog Post
10 months ago
In the coming days, the SFMTA will implement a 4-block temporary project on Jones Street, from O’Farrell Street to Golden Gate Avenue for residents to have more pedestrian space in the Tenderloin...
Project Update
Thursday, November 12, 2020
The Central Subway is a transformational transportation project that will extend the T Third underground to Chinatown through some of the busiest and densest parts of our city. While this mega-...
Blog Post
5 months ago
Tired of construction in San Francisco? You are not alone. With so many city projects and private developments raising dust across the city, our iconic skyline can more closely resemble a giant...
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Workshop Dates and Times To view and download the workshop agenda and presentation slides, please follow the links below: Day 1 - February 2nd, 2021 - 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Day 2 - February 3rd, 2021 -...
Blog Post
3 months ago
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about unforeseen c hanges to San Francisco’s transportation network. And the impact of the crisis will continue to be felt city-wide long beyond the end of the...
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What do San Francisco commuters need to know? There has never been a better time to walk, bike, or use a scooter in San Francisco! Over the past year, the SFMTA has invested heavily in improvements...
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The SFMTA installed a temporary emergency transit lane on the 4th Street Bridge in January 2021, in order to address a key bottleneck that delays the T Third line. The southbound transit-only lane...
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Improving J Church Service The J Church, which was suspended along with all other Muni Metro lines at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, returned on December 19, 2020 as a surface-only route. As...
Blog Post
1 week ago
The verdict is in: transit lanes on Geary Boulevard are keeping riders moving apace, despite citywide trends of increasing traffic. Muni has remained critical for San Franciscans making essential...
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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...
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*Action Strategy Update* The City and County of San Francisco is updating the city’s Vision Zero Action Strategy and wants to hear from you. We have created an interactive Story Map and community...
Project Update
Construction on the Van Ness Improvement Project began October 24, 2016, and the strategic construction schedule brings many changes to the two-mile stretch of Van Ness Avenue between Lombard and...