Organizing support for transit improvements through bus audits
San Francisco Transit Riders granted $20,000 to facilitate getting people on the bus to be active participants and advocates for better transit by creating a Bus Audit. We will work in partnership with the San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency to develop this new approach.
30x30 Rider Network: Redefining Rapid, Bringing the City Together
SFTR will to take advantage of the current climate in SF to propose a 30×30 Rider Network. This project will have riders redefine what rapid Muni service means. With this 30x30R campaign, SFTR will demonstrate the potential of a network of rapid transit lines that would truly tie the districts together into one accessible city; rapid lines that can be traveled end-to-end in 30 minutes by the year 2030.
Safe Routes to Transit: New Strategies to Connect Transit and Pedestrian Advocacy
$120,000 granted for a joint effort by Walk San Francisco and the San Francisco Transit Riders Union to a build a stronger and more organized political constituency in favor of transit- and pedestrian-priority street projects in San Francisco.
Audit on Transit Equity Priority Projects
Building Robust, Uncompromised Transit Projects
$130,000 to create new strategies with the SFMTA for reforming community engagement strategies around critical transit projects.