Muni needs your input!

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), is hosting a series of community meetings across the city for the Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP), and an upcoming meeting has been scheduled for District 5.

The TEP will restructure transit service on certain lines to improve efficiency and connectivity and implement transit priority changes on the most heavily used lines to give buses and trains more priority on our City streets. At the upcoming meeting you’ll have the opportunity to learn more and provide your input on the proposed service and route changes for Muni lines 6 and 71.

District 5 SFTMA TEP Community Meeting

Tuesday, February 18 from 6-8pm at the Park Branch Library Meeting Room, 1833 Page

ROUTES: 6, 71

For assistance in American Sign Language interpretation or translation in other languages, please notify staff at415.701.2311 or TTY 415.701.2323 at least 72 hours prior to the meeting.

Please visit www.SFMTA.com/TEP to view an up-to-date meeting calendar. If you’re unable to attend a meeting, you can also provide your feedback through the online tool at www.TellMuni.com.

SFMTA Corporate Shuttle proposed bus stop locations

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SFMTA will host two meetings to get input on a proposed network of commuter bus stops, where corporate buses (e.g. Google buses) will share bus stops with Muni.

Monday, February 10
6 to 8 p.m.
SFMTA Headquarters, 2nd Floor Atrium
One South Van Ness Avenue at Market Street

Saturday, February 22
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Mission High School (entering on 18th Street)
3750 18th Street, between Dolores and Church

You can also provide input online, but SFMTA will only allow you to ADD suggestions about locations, or “support” others’ suggestions.  There is no mechanism to disagree with any of the locations, except to contact SFMTA project manager Carli Paine directly to let her know.

Carli Paine
Project Manager
Carli.Paine@sfmta.com

Get more information on SFMTA’s Commuter Shuttle Policy and Pilot Program site:

http://sfmta.com/projects-planning/projects/commuter-shuttles-policy-and-pilot-program

Wiggle Corridor update

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Visit the SFMTA’s website:

https://www.sfmta.com/projects-planning/projects/wiggle-neighborhood-green-corridor

  • Review the Project Proposal at a Glance and the Scott Street Traffic Diversion FAQ
  • Let SFMTA know your thoughts with the Wiggle Neighborhood Green Corridor Survey
  • Visit the Documents and Reports tab to download materials from past meetings
  • Sign up here to receive email updates about the Wiggle Neighborhood Green Corridor