Recently, a spate of findings and ratings has been released by the San Francisco Controller’s Office and the Trust for Public Land, measuring the performance of city departments and quality of life issues. SF Controller’s Office 2019 City Survey Report This month, the Controller’s Office came out with its biennial (2019) City Survey Report […]
The best and worst on-time performing Muni bus lines, ranked Last week Curbed SF examined SFMTA’s latest data dump about Muni light rail’s on-time performance—or rather, its lack thereof. By comparison, Muni bus service is far more reliable than its trains. And yet, not a single bus line in the city is even close to Muni’s stated goal […]
It’s called “A Year of Movement,” an appropriately vague title. Read it here.
BIKE SHARE PROGRAM: The hot button issue at the October 18 meeting was bike share in Glen Park. SFMTA has engaged the organization, Motivate, to manage the bike share program in San Francisco and other cities, utilizing Ford GoBikes at docked stations. Ford’s title sponsorship provides the bikes at no cost to the City. […]
The SFMTA and SF Public Works will host a community meeting regarding the re-grading of Miguel Street (at Chenery) on Tuesday, September 11, at 6:30 p.m., at the Glen Canyon Recreation Center in Room 2. The Glen Park Association Transportation Committee has been working with neighbors and the city to get information on this process, […]
SFMTA and SFPW are sponsoring a meeting about the regrading of Miguel Street. Traffic problems have been exacerbated by the route of the 35 Eureka bus line on Miguel, which has a very steep grade with abrupt changes. Residents have voiced concern about the situation for quite some time. Tuesday, July 31 6:30 – 7:30 […]
You need to persist in reading this column in Curbed, which highlights unsung buildings in San Francisco. Clocking in last on the list at #30 (but hey, it made the list!) is our very own Glen Park Bart station. View it here, as well as the “other” 29. UPDATE: Be sure to click on the link […]
SFMTA is improving transit service throughout San Francisco by providing bigger buses, more capacity, and increased service! On June 16 we’re rolling out another round of Muni Forward service improvements to a number of routes throughout the city. These service improvements include: Larger buses for more elbow room Increased number of buses to decrease bus […]