Topic : San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

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San Francisco plan would charge 25-cent fee for paying with cash

Management & Operations| April 8, 2016

The goal of the fee, which is also described as a discount for Clipper card users, is to persuade more riders to use Clipper or a Muni fare app, speeding boarding times and cutting costs.

BART to replace decoy cameras on trains with real ones

Security and Safety | January 22, 2016

As a result of the using decoys, the agency failed to capture video footage of a Jan. 9 fatal shooting of a man aboard a train at the West Oakland Station.

Motorcoach| November 19, 2015

S.F. Muni to restrict larger commuter shuttle buses, require greener fleet

The new regulations create an ongoing program that builds off an 18-month pilot set to expire at the end of January 2016. The fee charged to shuttle operators will increase to pay for stepped-up enforcement.

Bus| August 20, 2015

San Francisco introduces interactive, online performance dashboards

The site contains results from 13 key areas, including the percentage of on-time performance, mode share, crime stats, the agency’s carbon footprint, collision data and other information aligned with the SFMTA’s strategic plan.

Security and Safety | August 12, 2015

San Francisco takes steps to increase cable car safety for operators

In the last four months, severe collisions resulted in two operators being hospitalized due to their injuries. The new efforts are a result of discussions with Mayor Lee, the Transport Workers Union Local 250-A, SFPD and SFMTA to bring additional awareness and e

Government Issues| June 2, 2015

S.F. officials vow to ride public transit for 22 days

The challenge, spearheaded by the advocacy group San Francisco Transit Riders, will continue until June 22 and aims to help city officials gain familiarity with public transit and inspire them to improve the experience. 

Rail| May 20, 2015

San Francisco completes Central Subway tunnel portal entrance

The identical twin TBMs weighed-in at 750 tons each and were affectionately named Mom Chung — for Dr. Margaret “Mom” Chung, the nation’s first Chinese-American physician — and Big Alma — for San Francisco philanthropist and socialist “Big Alma” de Bretteville Spreckles.

San Francisco Mayor calls for $48M transit investment

The funding, if approved by the Board of Supervisors, would allow Muni to increase service by 10% over the next two years and the creation of 244 new job positions, with hiring beginning July 1.

Bus| March 19, 2015

New luxury bus service launches in San Francisco

The service, which costs $6 a ride, asks riders to download the Leap app, creating an account, uploading a photo and adding a credit card that enables them to pay via a QR code.

Bus| March 19, 2015

Leap Transit luxury bus service video tour

Leap Transit launched a new luxury bus service from the Marina District to downtown, which features cushy seats, on-site support, Wi-Fi and healthy snacks.

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