SFMTA Community Open House: Muni 5-Fulton Upgrades

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 on lines and routes that carry 80% of customers, including the 5 Fulton. Several changes are proposed on McAllister Street between Central Avenue and Jones Street. These changes will build on those already implemented as part of the 5L Fulton Limited pilot project. Proposed changes include:

• Replacing all-way STOP-controlled intersections at nine intersections
• Modifying transit stop locations
• Adding pedestrian bulbs or refuge islands on Fulton at Ashbury, Clayton, and Cole

Your feedback is important to refining these proposals. Staff will be on hand at the open house to answer questions and discuss these changes. There will be no presentation.

If you are unable to attend, or would like to provide comments online, please take our online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5rapidnetwork-survey.

Tell us how we’re doing at www.tellmuni.com.

  • sebra leaves

    Cutting Muni service and adding bulbouts does not cut it. Why don’t you train some of you overpaid planners to drive a bus. That is what is needed. Quit spending money shuffling Muni stops and stop signs.

  • Adding bulbouts doesn’t cut Muni service. Indeed, by keeping motorists from parking at bus stops, they can actually help.

  • Peter M

    But then what will Ed Lee do next time he wants a burritio?

  • Dark Soul

    If you vote yes on whatever the ballot than you start seeing reduced service further

  • park in a crosswalk or a traffic lane, silly

  • Justin

    Does that include that “restore transportation balance” ballot measure as well??

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