|From the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA):|
Moving SF – Muni’s COVID-19 Distancing Requirement to End on June 15
June 11, 2021
As of June 15, Muni will no longer require physical distancing between customers. San Francisco’s Health Officer has confirmed that we may eliminate this requirement to coincide with the broader statewide reopening campaign. The federal requirement to wear masks still applies while waiting for, paying for, and riding on Muni. Customers must also maintain a six-foot distance from operators.Read MoreBayview Community and SFMTA Receive National Planning Award
|Moving SF – Improving Pedestrian Safety and Access for Lake Merced|
June 8, 2021
The Lake Merced Pedestrian Safety Project is studying potential improvements for pedestrian safety and access along Lake Merced Boulevard between Sunset Boulevard and John Muir Drive. Situated in San Francisco’s southwestern corner, Lake Merced Boulevard has a history of collisions, including those between vehicles and pedestrians, and between vehicles and bicycles. Lake Merced Boulevard between Font and Sunset boulevards is part of San Francisco’s Vision Zero High Injury Network (HIN), where 75% of the city’s traffic injuries and fatalities occur on just 13% of its streets.
|Moving SF – Calling Local Artists for Muni Art 2022|
June 7, 2021
The Muni-Art contest will be returning in 2022 to once again to bring the work of locally-based poets and artists to Muni customers throughout San Francisco. We invite local artists to participate in the competition by submitting proposals with this year’s theme, the “Streets of San Francisco.” Applications are now available online. The winning artists will create eight new visual works of art that will interpret five preselected poems by Bay Area poets.
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