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The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has received funding for an additional 10 new trains for its fleet, which may begin service in late 2017. (Courtesy SFMTA)

Muni awarded $45 million toward 10 new trains for future fleet

Ten new trains will bolster Muni’s fleet thanks to a $45 million…

 

The SFMTA is seeking an outside vendor to reverse-engineer some of the outdated parts on Muni’s light rail vehicles. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

Plan to reverse-engineer outdated Muni train parts is on track

The guts of Muni trains are being replaced faster than ever —…

 

(Mike Koozmin/2015 S.F. Examiner)

Muni begins ‘double-stopping’ Metro trains in downtown stations

Muni trains will permanently “double-stop” in downtown stations, starting today. Plans to…

 

Photo courtesy Twitter user Dustin Allen.

UPDATE: Muni ‘M’ train morning derailment cleared

Update 1:35 p.m.: An M-Ocean View train derailed early this morning. Muni…

Photo courtesy Twitter user Dustin Allen.
A single MUNI train stops at the very end of the Montgomery Station platform to pick up mid-day travelers. The SFMTA received state approval to allow multiple trains to enter the stations at once in order to better serve the public and relieve congestion at peak commute hours. Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner

Transit, traffic and parking guide for holidays

Holiday traffic is in full swing, as Muni buses wind down, parking…

A single MUNI train stops at the very end of the Montgomery Station platform to pick up mid-day travelers. The SFMTA received state approval to allow multiple trains to enter the stations at once in order to better serve the public and relieve congestion at peak commute hours. Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner