San Francisco Muni riders on the 14L-Mission Limited line will be getting a little more bang for their buck starting next week.
Beginning Monday, Muni will extend its service on the line to the Daly City BART station during the morning and evening commutes. The 14L, which carries nearly 5,000 passengers a day, currently turns around at Mission Street and San Jose Avenue.
As a result of the extension, BART passengers leaving the Daly City station will receive a free round-trip transfer on the 14L-Mission Limited, under a joint program paid for by the both agencies.
Along with extending service to Daly City, Muni will also increase its on-street supervision and maintenance on the 14L and 14-Mission lines.
San Francisco Supervisor John Avalos, whose district covers much of the 14L route, has been a longtime advocate for the extension to Daly City.
“To be a truly transit first city requires that we provide better connectivity to all neighborhoods and transit hubs,” Avalos said in a release Tuesday. “I want to thank the MTA for moving forward with this important change.”