Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Project
PROJECT WEBSITE: Geary Corridor Bus Rapid Transit Project Website
All dates below are specific to the schedule of the Environmental Review and Permitting processes for this project.
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The Geary corridor is among the most heavily-used transit corridors in San Francisco, connecting communities between the Outer Richmond and Downtown, over the entire six-mile length of the Geary Corridor. Over 50,000 daily transit riders rely on Geary bus service. San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency are proposing enhancements to improve the bus line's travel times, reliability, and rider comfort. The proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project would improve performance by establishing physically separated bus lanes, installing transit-optimized traffic signals, increasing bus frequencies, and building high quality stations.
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