COVID-19 Contra Costa Transit Service Updates Read more »

Posts Tagged "muni"

On New Year’s Day, all transit agencies serving Contra Costa County will be on Sunday or Holiday schedules. On New Year’s Eve, BART will run until 3am and WestCAT will offer a Modified Holiday Service schedule. Special Note Regarding BART: San Francisco-bound Pittsburg/Bay Point and Richmond trains will not stop at Embarcadero Station after 8pm on New […]


Muni then (L: 1912) and now (R: 2012). Image credit: SFMTA / John Henry Mentz, AgentAKit Muni recently celebrated its 100th birthday. The first publicly owned streetcar system in a major city in the U.S., Muni has been taking the people of San Francisco where they want to go since 1912. The San Francisco Municipal Railway is […]

San Francisco Muni Bus

Boarding Muni. Photo credit: Only a couple months into Muni’s new all-door boarding policy and already the system seems to be working well. As reported on San Francisco Streetsblog: On five Muni lines, the time buses spent at stops dropped by as much as 16 percent in July compared to June, according to a […]

Things are looking bright for Bay Area transit with record high ridership, but if you really want to see a glowing view of the agencies serving the Bay, look no further.  The map below was created by deviantART user DylanofTilden.  The Bay Area, through public transit lines. Image credit: DylanofTilden According to DylanofTilden what started as […]

Muni monthly passes increased $2 last month. What other fees increased in San Francisco?

Don’t drive irresponsibly or get stuck being DD – put on your party hat and shades and ride home on public transit! Also, be glad you live in the Bay Area, where public transit options are rockin’. Here’s what you need to know for each one: BART Service runs til 3 am After 8 pm: […]


San Francisco Cityscape has just released its third version of a Bay Area rail map that includes all lines: “The last version was more detailed; like the new BART map, it listed destinations that couldn’t be fit on the map. But we’d like to think that this version combines the simplicity of the BART map […]


This Monday BART announced it has started a limited rollout of TransLink fare payments. Everyone has been expecting a soft launch like this from BART at some point but it seemed like it would never actually happen. The TransLink project has gained a lot of clout lately  with BART and Muni on board.  Next up […]