Posts Tagged ‘SFMTA’
San Francisco will invest $17 million over the next five years on pedestrian safety projects.
The most recent subway delay has stirred Supervisor Scott Wiener to convene a hearing.
The SFMTA is opening public comment Thursday on its latest budget proposal.
The Free Muni for Youth Pilot Program served 31,000 San Francisco youth in 2013.
A proposed two-year budget from the SFMTA could bring more service — but at a cost.
The SFMTA topped all City departments in overtime costs at $48 million in the 2012-13 fiscal year.
Despite a series of meltdowns this week, service on Muni’s subway system is getting better.
Work to replace tracks in the N-Judah line’s Sunset Tunnel will begin in March.
Commuter shuttles that want to pick up at Muni bus stops will need to pay the SFMTA.
Sunday meter enforcement has generated $6.5 million in revenue for the SFMTA since January 2013.
A Board of Supervisors committee approved $95 million for new articulated trolleys.
Shuttle operators will need to pay to pick up and drop off in 200 Muni stops around The City.
A proposed charter amendment would set aside $70 million for public transit in low-income neighborhoods.
Since extra police started riding Muni, smartphone thefts have plummeted more than 82 percent.
A camera is being installed at Market and Octavia will start capturing images of cars making illegal right turns.
Riders who gave up on the 5-Fulton as too crowded may want to hop on board again starting Nov. 1.
Muni is starting a 15-year process of replacing its 151 Breda light rail vehicles.
Residents who live near The City’s famous Painted Ladies are sick and tired of tour buses.
Muni is targeting an 11 percent reduction in travel times to and from the Richmond on the 5L-Fulton.
One key to safer streets in San Francisco is stiffer enforcement of bicycle traffic laws, according to a civil grand jury.
It’s not your imagination if you’ve noticed more delays and slowdowns on Muni Metro trains.
Muni “meltdowns” are costing San Francisco’s economy millions of dollars a month.
The SFMTA awarded the $840 million contract for construction of Central Subway stations, tracks and systems.
New proposal addresses handicap placard fraud by making all drivers pay for parking.
Car-sharing companies could soon be set aside up to 300 street parking spaces in San Francisco.
San Francisco’s transportation director is thinking about population growth in The City over the next few decades.
Frustration continues to mount over plans to add parking meters in select San Francisco neighborhoods.
The City is proposing 35 bike-sharing stations downtown along Market to start a trial of the long-awaited plan this summer.
Muni’s Central Subway lurches forward this week as its first tunnel boring machine arrives in The City.
The SFMTA unveiled the first of 80 diesel buses being rehabilitated with updated graffiti-resistant interiors and other amenities.
Despite the influx of ridesharing services and the taxi industry’s uncertain fate, the City approved a plan to bring in more taxis.
San Francisco’s vibrant bicycling community is about to get some real-time validation.
San Francisco needs more taxis if it wants to prevent residents from choosing car services such as Uber, Lyft and SideCar.
Plans are taking shape to rehabilitate colorful, historic streetcars now running on Muni’s F-Line.
As Lyft, Sidecar, and Uber continue to take over The City, SFMTA doesn’t want to get left behind.