Boarding by any door is one step Muni is taking to sharpen its buses' and light rail trains' on-time performance.
It will be at least six months before new bathrooms are installed at Muni terminals to help drivers relieve themselves without delaying service.
They won't smell any better. But both BART and Muni will cost more to ride starting in July.
A proposal for low-income youth to ride Muni for free sounded great — but not to those who would foot the bill.
Muni is installing automated cameras with behavior recognition software that can analyze all movements to detect suspicious activity.
Snazzy new transit improvements around Church and Duboce are designed to make commutes in the area easier and safer.
It's not your imagination: More riders means Muni, BART and AC Transit are indeed more packed than last year.
I am all for SFMTA trying to bump up its revenue in any way other than hiking Muni fares any higher.
Ditch your iPod. Forget "This Other Eden." Muni riders have a new way to pass the time.
Muni now cancels about 40 bus runs a day instead of paying overtime to fill-in drivers.
Low-income youth will ride Muni for free starting in August, but Sunday drivers will need to feed parking meters to help pay for it.
It might sound like a joke, but the SFMTA says it is working to make slow transit and grueling wait times a thing of the past.
The MTA couldn't agree on a plan to offer free rides for kids that could cost taxpayers about $7 million.
The Golden Gate Bridge's less glamorous cousin has a big birthday coming up too.
When pigs get fat, they get slaughtered. When Muni gets too bloated for its budget, it gets a trim.
San Mateo County wants to take over Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica as soon as this fall.
If you're on Muni and you take your eyes off your stuff, there's a good chance someone else's eyes are all over it.
They're old. They're sagging. They could use a fresh boost of life right where it counts.
Road crews made an unexpected find while doing sewer work on California between 15th and 16th avenues.
One of the first payoffs from our rich America's Cup uncles arrives this summer, when Muni fires up a new streetcar line.
San Francisco received the go-ahead this week to proceed with the $1.6 billion, 1.7 mile Central Subway.
No Muni line carries more passengers every year, and no light rail line gets in more accidents.
As of next Saturday, Muni riders on Stockton are looking at a four-year detour as the $1.6 billion Central Subway project gets under way.
San Franciscans have amassed millions of dollars in unpaid parking tickets and now The City wants you to pay up.
As usual, there is no reason to drive drunk on New Year's Eve. As usual, people will die ignoring that fact.
As your Muni train creeps this morning, close your eyes and dream your ride was 25 percent faster. Or cleaner. Then open them, and face reality.
You can now add a MUNI bus to your collection of 1970s kitsch, alongside your 8-track player and bellbottoms.
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