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Do you use NextMuni information on Muni shelters or online? We currently provide real-time NextMuni transit arrival information and other tools to plan your trip. As we look ahead, we would like to do much more and make it more convenient for you to get information that helps you with your travel decisions.

But first, we need to hear from you! Help us create the next generation of Muni customer communications.  Please take a moment to complete our survey:

Take the survey in English [LINK IS NOW FIXED]

Spanish: Tome la encuesta en español
Chinese: 中文問卷調查

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SFMTA would like your feedback as it redesigns the information system that helps customers use public transport. More info below. 

Give your input here: 


It takes a while to fill out survey, but this is a unique opportunity to influence the future of SF transit experience.     (more…)

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From SFMTA: UPDATE: Balboa Park Station Area Improvement Project

Balboa Park Station and the surrounding area is one of the highest ridership BART stations outside of downtown San Francisco. There are multiple ongoing projects that aims to improve the safety and accessibility for road users and riders travelling to and from the area. The Green Light Rail Center Track Replacement Project, located on Geneva and San Jose avenues, is one of these projects to improve system reliability with track replacements, upgrades to the overhead contact system and installation of accessible ramps and some landscape improvements.

Beginning Saturday, May 20, the K Ingleside line will resume its normal route and service to and from Balboa Park Station.      (more…)

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Nine months after SFMTA approved speed humps for Hearst Ave between Edna and Foerster, it appears they are being laid. This block is home to two schools, Sunnyside Elementary and St Finn Barr School.

Though it doesn't look it, there is a hump of paving between the cones. Hearst Ave just west of Edna Street.

Though it may not look it, there is a hump of paving between the cones. Hearst Ave just west of Edna Street.


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It’s big and it’s nearby — the 17-acre site on our southwest border that will soon be home to a massive housing development: Balboa Reservoir Project. And your opinion counts.

SNA is holding a special Saturday community meeting about Balboa Reservoir Project — Saturday May 13th, at 10 am, at the Sunnyside Conservatory (236 Monterey Blvd). If you haven’t been able to come to a quarterly meeting on Monday evenings, this is a chance to learn about what is happening on the Project, and how your feedback will affect what is built on this huge site that is currently a parking lot.  SF Planning Dept representatives will be present at the meeting. (more…)

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You are invited: Come to the quarterly meeting of the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association on Monday April 24th. Find out what is happening in Sunnyside — hear from city officials and ask your questions — meet your neighbors in person — become a member of your neighborhood association.

Time and place: Monday April 24th, 7-8:30 pm, at St Finn Barr Auditorium (415 Edna Street at Hearst Ave).

What’s On the Agenda: This is an exciting time for Sunnyside. Our pedestrian safety proposal won the funds to improve our streets during recent Participatory Budgeting — hear details about how this project will go.

There is a very important housing and park development, Balboa Reservoir Project, that will go up just on our south border — hear how you can have an effect on which proposed idea is chosen — and it’s happening soon. A representative from the Planning Dept will be here to present information on the Project.

There will be speakers on the urban beekeeping issue, and the Natural Areas Program, pesticides, tree removal and run-off. A representative from Supervisor Yee’s office will be present.  And there will be time to hear from members about their ideas and concerns.


We welcome all residents of Sunnyside to attend, and membership is open to all residents. We rely on members’ dues to pay our expenses. If you are not a member, you can join that evening. If you need to pay your dues, you can also do that. Or join or renew online (see below or click ‘Membership’ tab at the top).        (more…)

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As reported yesterday on Friends of Monterey Blvd Fb page, part of the infrastructure required for the pedestrian flashing beacon has been put in place on Monterey Boulevard at Detroit Street crosswalk — three poles for the lights and signal buttons (one on the north side not visible here).


Detroit crosswalk on Monterey Blvd


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