Topic : SF MTA

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San Francisco board to improve service, access

Management & Operations| January 22, 2015

SFMTA will approve a 7% Muni service increase; free Muni for moderate to low-income seniors and people with disabilities; additional funding for transit vehicle cleanliness and appearance; and the elimination of telephone and on-line computer transaction fees.

SF MTA begins renewable fuel pilot for maintenance vehicles

Rail| December 27, 2012
Trucks, such as the ones used to maintain underground tunnels, will join the agency's 600 buses and other vehicles that already fuel with blended biodiesel.
Rail| October 15, 2012

FTA grants San Francisco $942M for light rail

The first phase of the T-Third Street light rail line went into service in 2007. Once the extension opens, the projected ridership along the entire 6.8-mile T-Third line is estimated to be 43,700 daily boardings per weekday, the highest ridership in the system.
Rail| June 6, 2012

S.F. MTA receives $49M to fund rail projects

The Central Subway Project will receive $48.4 million in state funds, allowing for continued progress on extending the T Third Line. The Persia Triangle Project, which will improve pedestrian amenities and transit circulation at three intersections, will receive $675,734.
Bus| April 19, 2012

S.F. MTA approves 2-year budget

Makes a significant investment in maintenance that will increase the Municipal Railway’s reliability, reduce overtime through adequate staffing and focus on other means to speed the system, such as all-door boarding. Also provides free transit service for low-income youth who use a Clipper card for a 22-month pilot program.
Bus| March 21, 2012

S.F. MTA lays off execs to save $2M yearly

Twelve staffers were let go. The agency is $30 million over its current budget and facing projected deficits of $53.2 million over the next two years.
Mobility| July 14, 2011

S.F. MTA unveils plan to improve tour bus circulation

Calls for more efficient passenger loading and unloading, metered parking spaces where buses can wait for customers and a permit system to better manage and enforce tour bus parking and loading.

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