In response to changing trip patterns and subway improvements, service changes are scheduled for July 9 for the L Bus. The L Bus route will be shortened to run between the San Francisco Zoo and West Portal Station, with increased frequency of trips.
While residents living on or near Lake Street await a final decision, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) released survey results on how people in that area feel about ending the Slow Streets program there or making it permanent.
The Geary-BRT plan would have eliminated the center traffic islands and ripped out all the trees along them, then run Muni buses down the new lanes created, with the long-term goal of making space for a light-rail train to eventually roll down one of the most heavily traveled commercial corridors in the City.
In essence: from Park Presidio west to 28th Avenue, they plan to eliminate diagonal parking and replace it with parallel parking in order to streamline bus traffic with dedicated lanes.
SFMTA, Recreation and Parks Recommend JFK Remain Car-free with Community Requested Access and Signage Improvements.
Decision ensures residents can continue to recreate safely at the partially-closed Great Highway, JFK Drive, and MLK Drive during the pandemic.
Replacing tracks, sewers, water mains and the electrical network of overhead wires and traffic signals along Taraval Street, from Sunset Boulevard to West Portal, starts this month as the second half of the L-Taraval light-rail revamp begins.
The second phase of the Taraval Street revamp is set to start next year, after a $57.2 million contract to fund it was awarded to the contractor by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) Board of Directors.
Information on the best ways to get to and leave from the Outside Lands concert in Golden Gate Park, Oct. 29. 30 and 31, 2021.
of the L-Taraval Improvement Project to NTK Construction, Inc. to continue infrastructure improvements along the L-Taraval corridor between Sunset Boulevard. and West Portal.
Letter to the Editor: SF Board of Supervisors and SFMTA Want to Keep Roads Closed in Golden Gate Park
The SF Board of Supervisors and the SFMTA want to go ahead and keep roads closed in Golden Gate Park despite the outcry from disabled and seniors.
At the beginning of 2020, the SFMTA’s 29-Sunset Improvement Project was ready to kick-off a year-long outreach program. However, the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the project and priorities were shifted …
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) announced in July that it has completed Segment A of its L-Taraval Improvement Project, a nearly two-year-long effort that aimed to improve transit and landscaping in the Sunset while replacing key sewer and rail infrastructure.
Designated bicycle lanes are coming to Anza Street this summer after the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board of Directors voted unanimously to lay paint striping down for them from Masonic to 30th avenues.
During a lengthy online meeting July 20, the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) approved a permanent change on Geary Boulevard.