Wayfinding / Signage

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Downtown SF Stations: Frustratingly Amateur

I generally try to keep the posts here above the realm of merely whining, but every once in awhile, a little whining is in order. You may have caught the recent SFist article about the broken change machine at Church Station — and the would-be rider pleading with the station agent to take her money, … Continue reading

Mapping Bay Area Transit

To start, I would like to wish all readers a happy Pi Day. (This post was published at 1:59 pm with good reason!) But now, onto the real business of this post. It is hardly news that Bay Area transit websites are, on the whole, rather lackluster. The 511 Transit Planner has the benefit of … Continue reading

Connected Bus Pilot Schedule Released

Courtesy of San Francisco Chronicle. In a partnership with Cisco Systems, today Muni started its pilot schedule run of the new Connected Bus. Muni’s antiquated technology is sometimes quaint, and at other times downright frustrating or embarrassing — but that technology is about to get a booster shot of the future. The new Connected Buses … Continue reading

Time Capsule at the Transbay Terminal

The Transbay Terminal, dark and uninviting though it may be, is downtown San Francisco’s hub for regional bus lines that connect the city to the counties lying east, south, and north. Many Muni buses also terminate at Transbay, and the terminal is just a short walk from a slew of other bus and train lines … Continue reading


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