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.
A project to install a fiber broadband network system in San Francisco Municipal Railway’s subway tunnel is being postponed until further notice due to the strike by BART workers.
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.
Cycling advocates, business owners and other San Francisco residents are raising objections to a proposal to move bicycle traffic off a portion of Market Street and onto Mission Street.
The executive director of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition recaps some recent accomplishments of her organization and talks about the ambitious goal to get half of SF’s population on their bikes.
There’s a disturbing trend on San Francisco Muni these days that officials say is not only dangerous but wastes time for riders.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency voted on Tuesday to move ahead with a program to limit the parking of oversized vehicles on the city streets.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee on Monday approved a legislation package designed to improve pedestrian safety. The full board was expected to consider it next week.
Muni light rail vehicles were on time less than half of the time last month.
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.