Founded in 1912, San Francisco MUNI is one of Americas oldest public transit agencies and today carries over 200 million riders per year. San Francisco MUNI provides transit service within the city and county of San Francisco 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Operating Historic streetcars, modern light rail vehicles, diesel buses, alternative fuel vehicles, electric trolley coaches and the world famous San Francisco cable cars, Muni fleet is among the most diverse in the world." sfmta.org MUNI operates 80 routes throughout San Francisco, with some routes operating 24 hours a day. Most buses stop every two blocks, making the city easily accessible to over 90% of the businesses and residential areas!
MUNI operates over 80 routes throughout San Francisco, with some routes operating 24 hours a day. Most buses stop every two blocks, making the city easily accessible to over 90% of the businesses and residential areas!
Use a public transit trip planner for the San Francisco MUNI -- OR --
For free telephone information call 3-1-1 for the San Francisco Customer Service Center.
San Francisco Light Rails (aka MUNI Metro) serves more than 163,000 passengers a day and is the second busiest light rail system in the United States. The MUNI Metro is the modern incarnation of the traditional streetcar system that had served San Francisco since the late 19th century. wikipedia.org
There are 6 lines that go both Inbound (towards the Bay) and Outbound (towards the Ocean)
* J Church
* K Ingleside
* L Taraval
* M Ocean View
* N Judah
* T Third
The San Francisco Historic Street Car F Line is operated as a heritage streetcar service, using exclusively historic equipment both from San Francisco's retired fleet as well as from cities around the world.
The route is along Market Street and Embarcaderohttp://www.discovering-sanf...