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Ridership on San Francisco's 49-Van Ness and 22-Fillmore has skyrocketed beyond pre-pandemic levels.
A new law took effect January 1 allowing streets with dining and retail to lower their speed limits, and San Francisco wasted no time implementing this on seven retail-heavy streets.
The District 5 supervisor is lobbying the SFMTA to eliminate fare until COVID-19 blows over, “to restore ridership and put money into struggling San Franciscan’s pockets when they need it most.”
Built in 1962, the bridge is set to come down as part of the project to speed up the 38 and 38R-Geary buses.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge has dismissed claims that the city didn't adequately evaluate the alternatives to its plans for the Geary Bus Rapid Transit project.
Construction on the first phase of improvements to speed up the 38-Geary route started last week.
This is neighbors' last chance to weigh in on the first phase of the Geary Rapid Project, which will create new dedicated bus lanes and changes in bus stop locations.
SFMTA seeks public input this week on near-final designs for the first phase of the Geary Bus Rapid Transit project.
Muni is seeking feedback on changes to the Geary 38 route after the agency board approved initial plans this week.
One pedestrian bridge near Japantown will be removed, but the Webster & Geary bridge is slated to stay put.
The SFMTA reached out directly to Western Addition community members to plot possible changes to the neighborhood's streets.
Public transit, biking, high-speed traffic and street beautification projects will all be up for discussion on Monday evening.