COVID: Vaccine Deadline for San Francisco Muni Operators ApproachesAs a vaccine deadline approaches, even bigger problems for San Francisco's struggling transit system could be ahead.
Muni Seeks Input From Riders As Agency Seeks To Restore Service To Pre-Pandemic LevelsSan Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency officials on Monday said they're seeking input from residents as they move forward with plans to restore transit service to pre-pandemic levels sometime in early 2022.
Muni: Fix For San Francisco's Shuttered Cable Cars May Not Arrive For DaysSan Francisco’s famed cable cars were shut down for most of the pandemic, so when service resumed on September 4th, tourists were delighted. Now the cars have stopped again and officials say a fix could still be days away.
UPDATE: San Francisco Cable Cars Still Out of Service Due to Ongoing Electrical IssueFor the third day, residents and visitors in San Francisco won't have the option of taking the city's iconic cable cars to their destination due to an ongoing electrical issue, according to transit officials.
UPDATE: All San Francisco Cable Car Service Shut Down Until Friday After Power OutageAll cable car service in San Francisco has been shut down Thursday afternoon due to a power outage, according to transit officials.
UPDATE: K Ingleside Muni Service Restored After Technical IssueTransit service for the K-Ingleside Muni line was temporarily rerouted following technical issues, according to an alert put out by SF Muni.
San Francisco Free Youth Muni Program Awaits Students Return To ClassroomsA program providing free rides on San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency buses, trains and cable cars for residents under age 18 will expand to include youth 19 years old and under, city leaders announced Monday.
Mayor Breed Vetoes Bill Providing Free Muni Service, Citing Cost ConcernsSan Francisco Mayor London Breed followed through on her word late last week and vetoed recently-passed legislation that would’ve provided free Muni service to all passengers from July through September.
San Francisco Supervisors Approve Free Muni Pilot Program Starting July 1Supervisors in San Francisco voted 7-4 to make the San Francisco Municipal Railway free from July 1 to September 1.
Asian American Attacks: San Francisco Police Investigate Two Separate Assaults on Muni Buses in TenderloinPolice on San Francisco on Monday confirmed that officers are investigating two separate attacks on Asian victims that occurred on Muni buses in the city's Tenderloin District Sunday that resulted in one arrest.
COVID Road To Recovery: How To Get Wary Bay Area Commuters Back On Public TransitA lack of passengers during the pandemic decimated public transportation this past year with ridership plummeting to around 5 percent. Now, transit agencies are grappling with how to get commuters to come back.