A tunnel-boring machine that has been slowly carving out the path for San Francisco’s new Central Subway system will pass under Market Street next week and could cause BART delays, Municipal Transportation Agency officials said.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is keeping a close eye on the potential BART strike and he’s trying to minimize the impact on the city and its residents.
San Francisco Municipal Railway has a long way to go to meet the transportation needs of the future, according to population growth projections presented at Monday’s Board of Supervisors hearing.
The SFMTA is raising Muni Adult fast passes by $2 and most parking fines by $3. An expired meter in Downtown will cost $75, while in other place in the city will run $65. The cost of removing a boot will be $312 and parking in a disabled zone will cost a violator $900.
The question of what to do with two huge tunnel boring machines that will dig the hole for the Central Subway project in San Francisco is generating more controversy.
SFMTA’s transportation director tried to quell public grumbling over a plan to remove 20 blocks of parking along Polk Street in order to install bike lanes at Monday’s community meeting.
Muni’s first assessment of their all-door boarding policy is resulting in slight improvements to on-time performance according to a report released last week by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
A city audit found more than $887,000 in questionable costs or those lacking proper receipts.
San Francisco’s Transportation Director acknowledged 27 additional parking control officers will be writing more tickets in the upcoming year to help balance SFMTA’s budget shortfall.
Muni service on the N Judah and J Church lines will be disrupted for nine days because of construction work that begins Friday, according to San Francisco Municipal Railway officials.