We're moving Muni Forward by modernizing the Muni network to make it faster and more reliable for our customers. We're updating routes to provide more direct connections to other regional transit systems, changing service to increase frequency and ease crowding on popular routes, installing red transit-only lanes to improve speed and reliability of service, and rehabilitating our railway tracks throughout the city.
Bay Area Bike Share officially launched in the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday, August 29, 2013.
The SFMTA, in partnership with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, brought Bay Area Bike Share to San Francisco with 350 bikes and 35 stations. Regionally, there is a total of 700 bikes and 70 stations.