Category: MUNI

Muni F-Line at Market and Noe (photo: torbakhopper / flickr) 23

Muni F Line to rise to $6?

As part of the Mayor Ed Lee’s plan to rescind the Sunday parking meter enforcement that started last year, the SFMTA is looking for ways to recoup some of the $9 million windfall the meters (and ticketing) brought in by raising the F Line ride cost to $6 in line...

Castro Station (photo: Timmy Denike / Flickr) 5

TellMuni.com and changes to Castro Muni lines

If you’ve got ideas for changes to Castro Muni lines, here’s your chance. The SFMTA is seeking the public’s feedback on all Muni lines running throughout the city as part of their Transit Effectiveness Program (TEP). TEP’s focus is to “improve service reliability, reduce travel time on transit, and improve...

Muni at Castro and 18th (photo: Matt Baume) 3

Late night transit options up for review, expansion

Nightlife in San Francisco contributes $4.2 billion annually to San Francisco’s economy, employs over 50k people in largely middle class jobs, and generates about $50 million in city tax revenue, but many of these middle class workers and revelers have a difficult time getting home after hours from neighborhoods like...

MUNI signage supporting Equality. Photo: MUNI Diaries 30

MUNI Changes and More Rainbows Ahead for the Castro

The Municipal Transportation Agency (MUNI) is proposing a re-work of transit lines serving the Castro and SF in general. The plan, known as the Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP), is the first major overhaul of bus lines since the 70′s when disco and clones ruled the neighborhood. TEP’s goals-according to the...