San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
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 San Francisco Planning Department has released an Environmental Impact Report in response to a proposed Municipal Railway project aimed at improving service.
San Francisco Municipal Railway service disruptions cost commuters at least $50 million in economic production annually and the system remains far away from its on-time service goals, according to a report released Tuesday by city officials.
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Director Ed Reiskin said the 50 year plan is ambitious, but is necessary to accommodate for the expected growth in population.
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.
The proposal being looked at would eliminate parking and build a bike lane on one side of the busy street.
While the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is set to launch a bicycle sharing program in downtown, Supervisor Scott Weiner wants the program available throughout the city.
A city audit found more than $887,000 in questionable costs or those lacking proper receipts.
San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) spends $25 million annually on Muni operator overtime, but a new audit by the City’s Controller says as much as 40% of that overtime isn’t documented or verified.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – San Francisco recorded more than 1,700 complaints about poor taxi service from July 2011 to July 2012, including everything from drivers who smoke, speed, fall asleep, refuse fares and even taxis […]