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All San Francisco Muni LRV4 doors, two-car trains back in service

Security and Safety | June 26, 2019

Between November 2017 and April 2019, there were three incidents that involved the rear-door that resulted in a passenger injury.

SFMTA names new director of transit

Management & Operations| May 10, 2019

Julie Kirschbaum has more than 20 years of transportation experience and was selected in 2017 as chief transportation officer.

Rail| April 23, 2019

Back doors of MUNI trains to remain closed until investigation complete

A woman got her hand stuck in a closed door of one of the new MUNI light rail vehicles before falling down onto the track.

Rail| April 30, 2018

Calif. awards $2.6B in state Cap and Trade funds

The program provides major benefits towards meeting the state’s climate and air quality goals, with a total reduction of more than 32 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions.

Management & Operations| January 24, 2017

San Francisco's transit chief apologizes for NextBus issues

Officials at the transit agency said the problem stemmed from AT&T shutting off its 2G wireless cellular network, which the NextBus system relies on to transmit data.

Rail| January 4, 2017

San Francisco MTA to unveil first Siemens railcar

The SFMTA’s ultimate purchase of 260 light rail vehicles may be one of the largest purchases of light rail vehicles in North America in modern history, and will increase Muni’s light rail vehicle fleet by 50%.

Bus| December 29, 2016

San Francisco, Reno, Nev. BRT projects land federal grants

The CIG Program is the nation’s primary grant program for funding major transit capital investments. Projects accepted into the program must go through a multi-year, multi-step process.

Bus| December 8, 2016

S.F. exercises option for 167 more New Flyer Xcelsior buses

Valued at nearly $153 million, it includes orders for 98 40-foot diesel-electric hybrid buses and 69 (138 EU) 60-foot diesel-electric hybrid buses.

Security and Safety | December 1, 2016

FBI investigating San Francisco Muni hack

The alleged attacker who took over Muni’s computer systems has demanded 100 bitcoin, equivalent to $73,000, in ransom for stolen city data. The SFMTA has said it refuses to pay the ransom.

Management & Operations| November 28, 2016

San Francisco's Muni hacked in 'ransomware' attack

Meanwhile, a person who may have spread the malware that disabled Muni computers said they want $73,000 as ransom in exchange for captured transit agency data.

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