Muni To Pause Service For 8 Minutes 46 Seconds To Honor George FloydMuni service across San Francisco will pause for eight minutes and 46 seconds on Tuesday, at noon, to honor George Floyd, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
Coronavirus Update: Muni To Increase Service On Some Lines To Reduce CrowdingThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is increasing service frequency on several Muni bus lines starting Saturday to address crowding on some routes.
COVID-19 Stay-At-Home Orders Will Have Lingering Impact On Public TransitAs the state moves ahead with re-opening plans, Bay Area public transportation agencies say they are still a long way from being out of the woods.
University Study Says SF Commute Traffic Could Be Nation's Hardest-Hit When Lockdown EasesA Vanderbilt University study is sounding an alarm on San Francisco Bay Area traffic once the shelter-in-place order is lifted. It shows the morning commute into the city could potentially increase by up to 42 minutes for drivers.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Muni Adding Additional Routes To Core Service PlanSan Francisco Muni will be restoring some of the service along routes that had been suspended because of the coronavirus shelter-in-place, officials said Monday.
MTC Unveils Plan To Distribute $780M Coronavirus Relief To Transit AgenciesThe Metropolitan Transportation Commission on Thursday released a framework for allocating more than $780 million of federal relief funds to Bay Area transit agencies.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Muni To Cut Service By Nearly Half To Prioritize Essential WorkersSan Francisco's Muni will reduce service by nearly half this week, eliminating many of its lines that are seeing low ridership and focusing on lines used by essential workers during the pandemic, SFMTA officials said.
Coronavirus Pandemic: San Francisco Muni To Cut Service By Nearly Half To Prioritize Essential WorkersSan Francisco's Muni will reduce service by nearly half this week, eliminating many of its lines that are seeing low ridership and focusing on lines used by essential workers during the pandemic, SFMTA officials said.
Coronavirus Update: Major Changes Go Into Effect For Riders Using Muni, VTA With ridership tumbling during the San Francisco Bay Area's current shelter-in-place order, San Francisco's Muni system and the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority both deployed major changes to their operating schedules on Monday.
Coronavirus Update: SFMTA To Shut Down Muni Metro, Switch To All Bus ServiceThe San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has announced that it will temporarily replace all Muni Metro and light rail service with buses starting on Monday, March 30, due to changes in ridership from the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.
Coronavirus Update: SFMTA Employee Tests PositiveAn employee with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has tested positive for the coronavirus, officials announced Wednesday.
Volunteers Hand Out Coronavirus Info To San Francisco Muni CommutersThe San Francisco Department of Public Health on Wednesday was trying to get the word out on how residents can protect themselves from getting the virus, especially those who take public transportation.
San Francisco Muni Metro Switch Problem Sends Riders Flocking To Buses, Pricey Ride Shares Dozens of passengers streamed out of San Francisco Muni's West Portal station as an issue on the subway line shutdown trains heading into downtown San Francisco.
San Francisco's New Transit Director Taking On City's Gridlock, Central Subway Project DelaysKPIX traffic anchor Gianna Franco sat down with SFMTA's newly-appointed director, Jeff Tumlin, to discuss how he plans to tackle Muni's shortage of drivers, San Francisco's traffic jams and the highly-anticipated Central Subway Project.
Bay Area Lawmaker Introduces 'Seamless' Transit ProposalA Bay Area lawmaker has introduced a proposal to streamline transportation around the region, potentially impacting hundreds of thousands of commuters.