The Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) announced on February 1, 2019, that repair and reinforcement work is underway to fix the fractured steel beams at the Salesforce Transit Center, the new hub located along a three-block stretch in San Francisco's South of Market area.
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Repairs Begin at Salesforce Transit Center
Celebration for SF’s Salesforce Transit Center Set for August 11
The Salesforce Transit Center is set to officially open to the public at noon on Saturday, August 11, 2018, with a neighborhood block party, while inaugural Transbay bus service by AC Transit and o
Transit Center's Bus Plaza Rolls to Life
There’s life at San Francisco’s striking new Salesforce Transit Center now that several Muni lines are using the street-level bus plaza.
Multi-Agency Study Examines Transit Needs in San Francisco’s Employment Core
A new report by MTC and six Bay Area public transit agencies finds that transit serving region's primary employment center experienced growth exceeding the most aggressive forecasts over the last 10 years.
Bay Bridge Forward to Deliver Congestion Relief to San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge
The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge corridor will soon see congestion relief with a $40 million investment from MTC through the “Bay Bridge Forward” initiative.
Regional Transportation Agencies Launch Outreach Campaign for Late-Night and Early Morning Bus Network
‘AllNighter’ Outreach Campaign to Raise Awareness of New and Existing Late-Night and Early-Morning Public Transit Options for Bay Area Workers, Residents and Patrons
MTC Awards Over $400 Million to Modernize Bay Area Transit Systems
OAKLAND, CA — The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) today allocated $494 million to help more than 20 Bay Area transit agencies replace or rehabilitate aging buses, ferries, rail cars, t
BART Plans Two Weekend Shutdowns of Transbay Service
BART is encouraging travelers to plan ahead and to find alternate means of transportation across the Bay during two upcoming closures of transbay train service.
Local/State Transportation Leaders Stand Up for Transportation
OAKLAND, CA — Top officials from more than a dozen local and state transportation agencies are joining together today in San Francisco to show solidarity with the national Stand Up
Bay Area Leaders to Stand Up for Transportation, Urge Congress to Pass Long-Term Funding Bill
Top officials from more than a dozen Bay Area transit agencies will join together on Thursday, April 9