Seriously van ness "BRT" isn't going to start service until 2021 and they're not bothering to update the presentation anymore... SF transit seems more less salvagable by the month.
Where muni stands with Key Performance indicators. They have a lot of goals and objectives they want to pursue.
This is really stupid. Staff can't meet rules of the process so they recommend changing the process? Thats not cool. Its arbitrary
They've approved the geary blvd improvements
SFMTA is looking at improving their cell phone information game. Primarily with better real time information. Apparently that is a number 1 issue for riders... who would've guessed? Duh.
The Commuter Shuttle annual report. despite the shuttle stop restrictions they've actually increased in usage... "If you move the stop an extra block I'll have to drive" ha. Shuttle bus service appear to be expanding nevertheless.
Penalties fees have gone down. although its hard to say if thats because people got bored reporting them or if commuters got better at following the restrictions.
Has Caltrain business plan
Somehow Caltrain continues to grow, despite rising fares and construction. especially during peaks.
The growth appears to be coming from the San Mateo County stations.
I'm surprised some startup didn't try to be the luxury commute for trains. At least that has a profit margin.
If anyone says being involved, complaining and contacting city official doesn't create change show them this. It works, its effective and can make the difference however vain it sounds.
Fulton bus service had improved, but neighbors complained, so let the roll back begin...
K Ingleside, L Taraval, and M Ocean View commuters finally said goodbye to replacement bus service...
The Salesforce Transit Center is open but it took a lot of history, criticism and sacrifice to build the future northern home of Caltrain and High Speed Rail.
Streetcar, bus, and metro systems have been ignoring one lesson for 100 years: Service drives demand.
Stung by criticism from the mayor, San Francisco’s transit chief pledged Thursday to reduce delays in bus and train service and make other noticeable improvements within three months. In a letter...
A widespread fare evasion problem costing the Bay Area Rapid Transit system tens of millions of dollars each year may end up requiring the agency to spend even more money to stem the tide of 22,000...
A bill to speed up the development of housing and retail on BART parking lots and other property is headed to Gov. Jerry Brown's desk, despite staunch oppostion from local political leaders around...
Screens show riders "what the situation is" on platform