Proposed Muni route changes: Bryant Street’s out of luck

Courtesy SFist — which provided a huge public service by untangling the stupidity of Muni publishing dozens of proposed route changes on dozens of separate PDFs — here are all the proposed changes to Muni routes posted to SFist’s Flickr set. SFist rules today.

Among the several radical changes:

  • Bryant Street is totally out of luck. No more service in the Mission District or South of Market. That means that if you wanted to take a bus to or from the Hall of Justice — like if your car was towed and you wanted to get it back — you have to catch a bus on Folsom and then walk two blocks.

  • The 22-Fillmore will no longer climb Potrero Hill, but go all the way down 16th St. to Third St and turn around in the biotech district. If you want to go to Potrero Hill, you’d have to transfer to the 33.
  • The 7-Haight would be no more. The 6-Parnassus would take over the route and go all the way down Haight St — meaning no more service to Masonic and Frederick and Clayton. That neighborhood is just fucked. Also, buses would no longer go on Page St. inbound; Haight St. would be two-way all the way.

Those are just a few of the changes, and there are many small ones. To find out, you have to browse the Flickr set.

For more on Muni’s proposals, which could be implemented by July 2009, see the Muni TEP page. I think TEP stands for Transportation Elimination Project.

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