More than a dozen Muni lines will see an increase in service starting the weekend of April 23.
Merchants and residents along Taraval offered up an earful of angry comments on changes to the L-Taraval.
Proposed safety measures include new and extended boarding islands, plus transit and pedestrian bulbs.
More transit improvements are on their way for the 5-Fulton route and its nearly 20,000 daily riders.
Muni riders who are enjoying service increases from last April should know more relief is coming.
Often slow and stuck in traffic on 19th Avenue, Muni’s 28-19th Avenue route will soon get some much-needed improvements.
San Francisco Muni riders are getting a boost in Muni service starting this Saturday.
Muni riders will soon benefit from a service increase on some of the system’s most heavily-used routes.
Muni officials are setting a goal to improve on-time performance by as much as 10 percent
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will embark on a $6.6 million project to add pedestrian safety improvements and improve service reliability along the 71 Haight/Noriega corridor, SFMTA officials said Saturday.
SFMTA wants to transform the 28-19th Avenue into a more rapid ride.
The 9-San Bruno will get new transit bulbs and adjustments to existing stops.