The Smart Muni app was developed specifically for the Apple iPad – it would allow Muni managers to track buses through GPS technology, making it easier to identify delays. Sounds promising, but the transit agency is still considering its high tech options.
San Francisco’s Muni hopes to start allowing riders to board at the back of the bus in July to give passengers a faster ride to their destination.
Two years ago, the MTA created its Sustainable Streets division to manage the public parking garages and oversee the care of signals, curb markings and traffic signs.
Perplexed Muni riders on a train with a sick passenger Thursday found themselves on a fast, non-stop ride beneath the streets of San Francisco.
America’s Cup is sailing towards San Francisco Bay in a hurry. Although it’s two years away, that’s not a lot of time when it comes to urban planning, and San Francisco transportation officials are wondering how they can accommodate all those people coming to the city.