SF Planning Commission Hearing


Item of Note:


Citywide, within the public right-of-way –Certification of the Final Environmental Impact Report. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and the San Francisco Office of the Controller have launched the Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP), a comprehensive review and analysis of existing travel patterns and service options to make Muni service more convenient, reliable and attractive to existing and potential customers.  The TEP is comprised of individual projects for the Muni System and includes transit service improvements, service-related capital projects, and transit travel time reduction proposals (TTRPs).  The TTRPs are designed to improve safety and service reliability, and to reduce travel time. The SFMTA has also developed a Service Policy Framework, which establishes transit service delivery objectives and identifies actions that will be taken to fulfill these objectives throughout the City.


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