How many Muni routes are there?


How many Muni routes are there?

Muni operates 44 local bus routes. Most routes operate on weekdays and weekends; the 41 and 88 operate only during weekday peak hours. A number of routes have different terminals during evenings and/or weekends.

Is SF Muni Metro running?

Muni Metro Bus lines are now operating every day, serving each line.

Can you use Muni ticket on BART?

BART and MUNI do not offer a combined PASS that is cost effective for Visitors (locals have other options) so purchase the tickets separately. Citypass which includes the MUNI Passport or the standalone MUNI passport does NOT cover BART from SFO to SF.

Can you use cash on Muni?

Use your Clipper card on all Bay Area transit systems, including Muni. Cash: Fares can be paid on surface transportation with any U.S. currency or coin; exact change is required. Effective August 15, 2021 – anyone under 19 rides free! No proof of payment (Clipper card) required with the exception of Cable Car.

Does the Muni go to SFO?

Visitors can then use MUNI Buses, Streetcars and Cable Cars to travel within San Francisco. MUNI goes to all the attractions and neighborhoods within the city and it is a convenient and easy way to travel around town. Google Maps offers directions by public transit.

Where can I find information about Muni routes?

Accessible route information can be found on individual route pages, which can be accessed via the route list. Supplemental service is listed on Muni Routes to City Schools.

Where does Muni start and end in San Francisco?

Current Muni metro service has expanded along the waterfront south of the Embarcadero and onto Third Street where it now terminates at the city line. Visit our Muni History page for more information about San Francisco’s transit.

Where are the San Francisco light rail stations located?

Two stations, Stonestown and San Francisco State University, are located at the southwestern part of the city, while the rest are located on the eastern side of the city, where the system underwent more recent expansion as part of the Embarcadero extension and the Third Street Light Rail Project.

When was the Muni Metro built?

On February 18, 1980, the Muni Metro was officially inaugurated, with weekday N Line service in the subway. The Metro service was implemented in phases, and the subway was served only on weekdays until 1982.