Nothing stokes populist rage like talking about Muni in San Francisco.
And if you are talking about Muni dumping its riders off before the end of the line, then you may end up with people yelling. Read More
A proposal to enhance boarding platforms for transit passengers on the N-Judah line — a development that will take away parking spaces — will be up for approval next week.The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is recommending extending the sidewalks on two sides of Carl Street in Cole Valley. The extensions — called bulbouts — will allow passengers easier access to the N-Judah line, which carries over 45,000 passengers each day. Read More
Two assailants shoved a gun into the stomach of a Muni passenger and demanded money from the man, before punching him multiple times and stealing his laptop computer Tuesday night. Read More
A shuttle bus to complement the N-Judah train and more enforcement on transit-only lanes to speed up vehicles on Van Ness Avenue and Mission Street are the highlights of Muni’s service restoration plans.Only one problem: There is still no money to support these plans, although that could change drastically depending on the November election. Read More
Muni has released videos in an effort to catch a copper wire thief who caused five hours of delays during the morning commute Friday morning.Service on Muni’s N-Judah line was shut down in the Sunset Tunnel for almost three hours on Friday, because thieves stole valuable copper from the overhead wire inside the tunnel. Read More
San Francisco Municipal Railway light rail service that had been disrupted on the N-Judah line since Friday night because of a sinkhole near the tracks in the city's Sunset District resumed Sunday morning, according to a Muni spokesman.
Service had been disrupted since about 8 p.m. Friday after the sinkhole was discovered near the tracks at the intersection of Judah Street and 29th Avenue, according to spokesman Judson True. Read More