This Week: SFMTA’s Progress on Implementing the Muni TEP
SFMTA planners will present an update on implementation of the Muni Transit Effectiveness Project at a lunchtime forum hosted by SPUR tomorrow. The agency will also hold a community meeting tonight on its plan for a Central Subway turnaround loop at Mission Bay, and the SF Bicycle Coalition is putting on a tune-up workshop this Sunday to help make bikes available to the Spanish-speaking community.
Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar:
- Monday: The SF Muncipal Transportation Agency will host a public meeting to field input on a planned turnaround loop to the T-Third at Mission Bay, which the agency says will allow for more frequent service on the Central Subway between Mission Bay and Chinatown once it opens. 6 p.m.
- Tuesday: Join a SPUR Lunchtime Forum for an update from SFMTA officials on the implementation of the Muni TEP, including the pilot project for colored transit lanes on Church Street and a report on the recently-launched 76X-Marin Headlands line. 12:30 p.m.
- Friday: At an SFMTA Board Policy and Governance Committee meeting, staff will present findings from Muni all-door boarding, updates on the overhaul of the agency’s traffic calming program, and plans to add more bus-mounted cameras to enforce transit-only lanes. 9 a.m.
- Sunday: The SFBC hosts a bike tune-up workshop for Spanish speakers along with Bicis for the People and People Organizing to Demand Environmental & Economic Rights (PODER). 2 p.m.