Mission Bay News & Updates
Traffic patterns have shifted and we’ve adjusted the Timetables for both East and West routes accordingly. These changes begin Monday, February 8th. There are no changes to CCA or Transbay-Caltrain routes at this time.
Please check out the minor changes to the schedules:
January 22, 2021
Two MUNI services will re-start in Mission Bay, effective January 23rd.
The T light rail line will resume service between the Bayview and Embarcadero BART station. The 22 Fillmore bus line will begin service to Mission Bay, replacing the segment of the former 55 route which runs from 16th St. BART to Mission Bay (with 2 stops in Mission Bay — on 16th St. at the UCSF Hospital and on Mission Bay Blvd South at the UCSF Cardiovascular Clinic).
Please take this brief survey about how your commute and work patterns are changing. It should take no more than 2-3 minutes. Thank you in advance for helping us plan for service in the coming months.
If you’re a resident in Mission Bay, or if you both live and work in Mission Bay, please use this link: http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07ehiuatnmkjyq154a/start
If you’re an employee in Mission Bay, please use this link: http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07ehiug7wakjyxmy63/start
Mission Bay TMA has teamed up with SPIN to offer low-income employees in Mission Bay a free monthly pass that allows them unlimited, 30-minute electric scooter rides each month.
Rides may be taken any time, anywhere within San Francisco city limits. (Rides may also be used for non-commute trips) The cost of a monthly pass will be subsidized for up to 3 months during this pilot program. The pilot will run from November 1st through January 31, 2021.
- Employees must work either part-time or full-time in Mission Bay and earn less than $50,000 annually
- Employees must have an email and Smart phone to receive their SPIN pass and reserve scooters
- Subject to employees’ manager confirming workplace and income eligibility
To apply for your 3-month pass and see all the details, click here
August 26, 2020
The SFCTA is studying whether congestion pricing could help avoid gridlock when the economy recovers. The planning agency has identified a large geographic swath that includes Mission Bay in a proposed Congestion Pricing Zone.
Outreach is going on NOW to get community feedback as to whether or not congestion pricing is something San Francisco should pursue, and if so, what the policy would look like. Questions like: what would the fees be; would there be any exemptions or reduced fees; and where should revenues go are all being explored. Results from feedback received will help inform the SFCTA’s final report and recommendations which will be considered by the Board of Supervisors in January, 2021. We urge you to learn more, get involved, and provide feedback, because if implemented, Mission Bay residents, employees and visitors would be significantly impacted. Here’s what you can do:
Watch a Video
Project manager Colin Dentel-Post gives a study overview in this 15-minute video.
Complete a survey via text
For English: Text TRAFFIC to 415-449-4214
For Spanish: Text TRAFICO to 415-449-4214
For Chinese: Text 交通 to 415-449-4214
For Filipino: Text TRAPIK to 415-449-4214
Visit the Study Webpage
Visit the Downtown Congestion Pricing Study webpage to learn more about the study and sign up to receive email updates.
You can contact the project team at [email protected]
RELEASE DATE: 08/13/2020
The air you breathe while riding BART is filtered more effectively than that in the typical office or indoor setting like a grocery store or pharmacy, with an entire train car’s air being replaced about every 70 seconds.
Because the coronavirus spreads through droplets in the air when a person coughs, sneezes or even just talks, air filtration is key to stopping transmission. Wearing a mask is a first line of protection; BART’s Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system provides another safety layer.
“The BART fleet’s ventilation systems provide passengers with about 4,000 cubic feet per minute of air per car, or about 50 air changes per hour, which is substantial when compared with other public spaces,” said Daniel Cheng, Senior Vehicle Systems Engineer. “All the air is filtered before entering the passenger area.”
Overall, the air in BART trains at a given moment is about 75% filtered and 25% fresh air drawn from outside the car (it’s 80/20% on legacy trains and 70/30% on Fleet of the Future trains).
For more information on how airflow on BART cars works as well as some of pilots BART is exploring to further enhance safety, visit www.bart.gov
Starting August 23, Muni will make the following service modifications. These are expected to be the last major changes for a while.
Aug 25: Muni Metro (light rail shown in red) is suspended due to technical issues until further notice. Train service is replaced by buses on these routes.
- J Church: Surface-only route between Balboa Park and Church & Market
- LK Taraval-Ingleside: Combined, surface-only route, between SF Zoo and Balboa Park. Transfer required to/from downtown at West Portal.
- L Bus Construction Shuttle: Bus substitution between SF Zoo and Sunset Boulevard related to L Taraval Improvement Project construction. Express bus service between Sunset and West Portal.
- N Judah: Full route between Ocean Beach (La Playa) and Embarcadero
- S Shuttle: New subway-only route between West Portal and Embarcadero
- TM Third-Oceanview: Full T Third and M Oceanview routes, combined between West Portal and Embarcadero
- 7 Haight-Noriega: Full route restored between Ortega at 48th Avenue and the Salesforce Transit Center using longer 60-foot buses
- 14 Mission: Line will be served by 60-foot electric trolley coaches instead of motor coaches.
- 12 Pacific Community Shuttle: Modified route extended between Jackson/Van Ness and Sansome/Sutter
- 28 19th Avenue: Weekend service added for modified route between Daly City BART and California/7th Avenue
- 30 Stockton: Route extended to Crissy Field/Mason in the Presidio between 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. daily. All other times, the 30 Stockton terminal will be Divisadero/Chestnut
- 37 Corbett: Modified route restored between Twin Peaks and Market/Van Ness via Market Street
- 38 Geary: 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily, buses will alternately terminate at Geary Boulevard/32nd Avenue or Fort Miley VA Hospital. All other times, the 38 Geary will terminate at 48th Avenue/Point Lobos. Buses to Fort Miley VA Hospital will layover then continue inbound servicing all existing stops.
- 44 O’Shaughnessy: Full route restored between Hunters Point and California/6th Avenue
- 45 Union-Stockton: Full route restored between Townsend/4th Street and Lyon/Greenwich
- 48 Quintara-24th: Modified route restored between 20th Street/3rd Street and West Portal Station
- 49 Van Ness-Mission: 60-foot buses will replace the 40-foot buses
- 54 Felton: Full route restored between Hunters Point and Daly City BART
- 67 Bernal Heights: Full route restored between Ellsworth/Crescent and 24th Street BART Station
- The following routes will have more frequent service: 8 Bayshore, 9 San Bruno, 9R San Bruno Rapid, 12 Pacific Community Shuttle, 14 Mission, 19 Polk, 22 Fillmore, 24 Divisadero, 25 Treasure Island, 28 19th Avenue, 29 Sunset, 43 Masonic, 44 O’Shaughnessy
- Muni Metro bus substitution during weekend early morning hours (5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.): To align with BART’s weekend station opening schedule, Muni Metro will not operate in the subway until 8:00 a.m. on weekends. Buses will substitute service between approximately 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. on weekends. Visit our Rail Recovery page to see more details about weekend early morning Metro bus service. Please refer to individual route pages for detailed routing and stop locations.