San Francisco Municipal Railway

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San Francisco Municipal Railway (generally known as Muni) is the local transit system in the City of San Francisco. It operates bus and rail lines (Muni Metro, cable car, historic streetcar) and serves all districts in the city. The transit system connects with regional transit systems such as BART, Caltrain and Ferries. Muni is governed by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, which also manages the city's parking and taxis.


Muni's web site


Routes
Bus
Muni Metro (light rail system)
J-Church K-Ingleside L-Taraval M-Ocean View N-Judah T-Third Street S-Shuttle
Cable car
California Line | Powell-Hyde Line | Powell-Mason Line
Historic streetcar
Fares
Maps
Fleet info, service change list

Enter the Stop ID (shown on the bus stop sign) above.


News/advisories

Featured destinations

✈
SFO via BART and SamTrans

Destinations:

Disabled access

Buses 
All buses are accessible.

See Muni Metro and F-Market & Wharves for accessibility information specific for those lines. Cable Cars are not accessible.

Customer service

Phone
311 (within SF)
511 and say Muni (Bay Area)
(415) 701-2311
(415) 554-6999 - Recorded update on major delays
TDD
(415) 701-2323
Mail
Mail addresses
Online contact form
Customer Service Center
11 South Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco (near Market)
8am - 5pm, Monday to Friday
Google Trip Planner
Yes