SFMTA Engineering Hearing: 5L-Fulton Limited Upgrades

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SFMTA Engineering Hearing

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agenda [pdf] On the agenda: Establish stop sign on Shotwell Street at Stoneman Street Establish bicycle lanes on Washington Street between The Embarcadero and Drumm Street, and on the Great Highway between Lincoln Way and Fulton Street (northbound) or Balboa Street (southbound) Sidewalk widenings at Drumm and Jackson Streets

SFMTA Community Open House: Muni 5-Fulton Upgrades

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From SFMTA: JOIN US AT AN OPEN HOUSE TO LEARN ABOUT PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS TO THE 5 FULTON CORRIDOR! Muni is working on multiple fronts to make getting around San Francisco safer, faster and more reliable for our customers. As part of this effort, we’re creating a Rapid Network that will improve the frequency and reliability […]

This Week: A Packed Tuesday for Livable Streets

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Tuesday evening has three community meetings on livable streets projects scheduled at the same time: The Wiggle, Potrero Avenue, and southern 19th Avenue. City agencies haven’t made it easy, but nimble folks may be able to make at least the two open houses to show their support for safer streets and better transit. The SFMTA […]

This Week: Talk Transit With Art Agnos, 5-Fulton Limited

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If you’re looking get involved with the SF Transit Riders Union, this evening’s meeting offers a unique opportunity to discuss the future of transit on the waterfront with former SF mayor Art Agnos at the table. Also, limited-stop service is finally coming to the 5-Fulton this fall — join the SFMTA’s community meeting to learn more. Here […]

New 5L-Fulton Limited Muni Line Has Brought 2,000 More Daily Riders

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Muni’s one-year-old 5L-Fulton Limited service, which provides a crosstown trip 15 percent faster than the 5-Fulton, has attracted 2,000 additional daily riders to the bus route. That’s according to new data from the SFMTA. “This is what Transit First looks like,” said Peter Lauterborn, an aide to Supervisor Eric Mar. “We need to keep investing in transit.” Lauterborn is […]

SFMTA Wants Stop Lights, Not Signs, To Keep Muni’s 5-Fulton Moving

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The latest of SFMTA’s efforts to speed up Muni lines to run into some neighborhood opposition involves its proposed replacement of stop signs with transit-priority traffic signals. Some Western Addition neighbors have protested a proposal to signalize five intersections on McAllister Street to speed up the 5-Fulton, one of the designated “Rapid” routes receiving upgrades under the […]