Muni 5L-Fulton Pilot Project Community Meeting

From SFMTA:

The SFMTA proposes a pilot project along the 5 Fulton corridor that will introduce limited-stop service to provide quicker trips and will increase frequency to reduce crowding between 6th Avenue and Downtown. The target implementation date is fall 2013. Benefits include:

  • Improved service reliability and up to 20% quicker travel times
  • Reduced crowding with 20-30% more capacity during peak periods
  • Improved transit and pedestrian safety

Please join us to discuss this proposed method of improving service within the 5 Fulton corridor.

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