San Francisco’s transit officials have remedied safety and mechanical issues with its new LRV4 Muni rail cars related to the single-rear doors and a coupler …
San Francisco transit officials are investigating an issue that involves connecting or “coupling” of trains.
Transit officials are preparing for a second purchase of new Muni light rail vehicles with some design changes and new funding plugged into the project. …
San Francisco’s shiny new trains are working well, with the exception of one slippery problem.
San Francisco Muni Metro service has not been performing well for its more than 160,000 daily passengers.
Deep inside the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s office is a Christmas tree like no other.
Bright, shiny, and more reliable light rail vehicles are on their way to San Francisco by year’s end.
Outdated parts for Breda light-rail vehicles are hard to come by, but Muni has found an effective — yet expensive — solution.
The SFMTA was awarded a grant from the state of California to help fund the purchase of additional light rail vehicles.
More than half of Muni riders surveyed prefer inward-facing seating for new Metro trains.