The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is holding the first of a series of community meetings this evening to provide updates on the agency’s Transit Effectiveness Project, a plan to alter service along numerous Muni bus and light-rail routes.
The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. in the community room at the Richmond Police Station at 461 Sixth Ave., and will mostly address plans for Muni’s 2-Clement, 28-19th Avenue, and 38L-Geary Limited routes.
The 2-Clement line could see a minor route realignment and increased frequency in buses to make up for the loss of the 3-Jackson line, which is being discontinued, according to SFMTA officials.
The frequency of buses on the 38L line will also likely be bumped up under the proposed changes, and the 28 and 28L lines could see route realignments, SFMTA officials said.
Tonight’s meeting is the first of a dozen meetings that the agency is holding between now and March 8.
Those unable to attend a meeting are encouraged to visit www.TellMuni.com to provide input on specific TEP proposals.
Dan McMenamin, Bay City News