Speaker: Julie Kirschbaum, Project Manager, SFMTA
Join the Chamber for a discussion on the Transit Effectiveness Project July 10th.
The Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP) is a joint effort by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and the City Controller’s Office to review and evaluate the Muni transit system. This is the first comprehensive review of Muni in a generation and is designed to strengthen SFMTA’s ability to respond to current travel needs, provide a blueprint for future service, apply best practices to service delivery and contribute to long-term financial stability.
The Project (TEP) is an on-going program that aims to 1) increase operating efficiency by reducing transit travel time, and 2) improve the customer experience by increasing service reliability. As part of the Muni Rapid vision, and in conjunction with other Muni programs, the TEP will be the blueprint for making Muni a great transportation choice for our residents and visitors.
At the current stage of the TEP, staff is developing proposals to improve reliability and travel time along eight heavily-used Rapid bus routes and rail lines and is in the process of gathering public feedback