Muni subway service returned to normal after closures during weeknights and all day on weekends.
As Metro trains wound down service early Friday morning, crews and engineers headed out to test Muni’s new light rail vehicles.
Passengers can expect to see a three-car N-Judah in service along the entire heavily-used Metro line by the fall.
A trainload of smiling dignitaries welcomed San Francisco’s first new Muni light rail vehicle Friday.
Bright, shiny, and more reliable light rail vehicles are on their way to San Francisco by year’s end.
The SFMTA will get $45 million that will go toward purchasing 10 light rail vehicles for expansion needs.
Muni’s new fleet of trains is already expanding with an additional 40 light rail vehicles.
More than half of Muni riders surveyed prefer inward-facing seating for new Metro trains.