San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
Whether you like it or not, major construction projects like the Central Subway dig are affecting traffic in the streets of downtown San Francisco.
Free parking near AT&T Park and in the Mission Bay development in San Francisco will soon be a thing of the past with the implementation of new parking meters in the area.
All-door boarding will allow passengers paying with Clipper to board through any door. Customers paying with cash or tokens will still be required to board through the front door.
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.
One of San Francisco’s most congested streets may soon have a new feature that could dramatically improve mass transit on the roadway.
It will soon be possible to renew San Francisco residential parking permits online, the city announced Wednesday.
Unlike Muni busses, there are few designated areas where private shuttles can legally load and unload passengers, and transportation planners must now consider how to solve the problem.
A neighborhood coalition is holding a community meeting in San Francisco Monday evening to oppose a proposal to place thousands of new parking meters in areas on the eastern side of the city.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has agreed to modify its plan to install 5,000 new parking meters in neighborhoods that are not ‘Parking Meter Free Zones.’
San Francisco Muni passengers may end up shelling out more to catch a ride, as the city’s transit agency looks to shore up a growing budget deficit.