Management & Operations

S.F. Muni launches redesigned website

Posted on January 23, 2007

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) launched its redesigned Website Tuesday, which integrates transit, parking and traffic services. The new site (www.sfmta.com) includes clear links at the top of each page, meeting and service updates on the homepage, and quick links to the city’s online payment services. “The SFMTA hopes these changes will improve navigation and our ability to communicate with site visitors,” said Executive Director/CEO, Nathaniel P. Ford Sr. As a public transportation agency, the SFMTA has made accessibility a key feature of the new site. Therefore, along with increased cross-links and a more prominent "new rider" section, the site will perform in any browser and at any Internet speed. Additional features include larger typeface for content and descriptions of art and additional navigation support for screen readers.

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