What’s the opposite of Pride?
Flickr/sagebrushinthecity Few topics get Haighteration readers more chatty than transit. And with good reason. We live in an area where multiple forms of transportation coexist, though not always harmoniously. This Wednesday night, take your favorite mode of mobility over to … Continue reading
Flickr/torbakhopper Remember four months ago, when we reported that red Muni-only lanes were about to be painted on Church Street? Well, Muni being Muni, there was a delay. But it looks like it’s finally happening, starting today.
Flickr/torbakhopper A three-block stretch of Church Street, from Duboce to 16th Street, will be seeing some big changes starting tomorrow.
It’s another one of those weekends, Muni riders: you’ll have to make do without the N Judah and a good chunk of the J Church until Monday morning.
Twitter/@davely If Muni service were disrupted, but by protestors instead of by the usual hilarity, would you notice? Tomorrow morning might just be your chance to find out.
Brace yourself for a fun weekend, riders of public transit.
It’s been about 48 hours since the SFMTA completed a slew of improvements at the intersection of Church and Duboce. Let’s assess.
Twitter/@Brunettroy As much as the N Judah can frustrate us, we sure have come to miss it over these past 9 days. Fortunately, the lengthy Muni shutdown will be coming to an end in just a matter of hours.
SFMTA.com Commuting via Muni will become even more of an adventure than usual starting this Friday at 7pm. And not in a good way.