It’s been a while since I last updated The Daily Dose with some current Muni news. A couple of community meetings are happening this week in the Richmond District. One has to do with a proposal for a 5-Fulton limited bus line and the other is on the Geary corridor bus rapid transit project.
Supervisor Eric Mar is inviting Richmond District residents tomorrow night at 5:30 p.m. to learn about the 5-Fulton limited bus proposal from the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. It’s taking place at the Richmond District police station community room on Sixth Avenue near Geary Boulevard. The 5L-Fulton would a mix of local (La Playa to Sixth Avenue) and limited stops (Eighth Avenue to Van Ness) during peak hours.
The regular 5-Fulton will still run, but the proposal calls for the regular service to begin at Eighth Avenue.
Geary corridor bus rapid transit
The San Francisco Riders Transit Union is hosting a forum discussing the bus rapid transit project on Geary. Transportation planners from the San Francisco County Transportation Authority will be there to update residents on the project.
The riders transit union will also present findings of a survey they conducted of Muni riders on the Geary project. The meeting is on Wednesday at the Richmond District Public Library from 6 to 8 p.m. The meeting room is only accessible through the 10th Avenue entrance.