SPUR Forum: Muni’s TEP Update

From SPUR:

Image courtesy of Flickr useEric Fischer 

Muni’s Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP) aims to improve service reliability, reduce travel time on transit and improve customer experience. Some of the proposed improvements include allowing buses to change routing or allowing both limited and local buses to run on the same street. Come hear an update on how the plan is being implemented.

+ Julie Kirschbaum / SFMTA
Sean Kennedy / SFMTA

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