page revised: October 11, 2011
© 2007-2009 Aquatic Park Neighbors
Transit Effectiveness Project
October 11, 2011
Summary: In the first week of March 2008 the City-sponsored Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP) announced that
its draft service and route proposals are available for public review.
The Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP) was a system-wide Muni study undertaken to make transit more
convenient for current customers and attract new customers. Since the planning phase concluded in 2008,
principles from the TEP have informed a range of SFMTA activities. Their capital program was repositioned to
prioritize state of good repair work to improve service reliability. They reallocated service where it was most
needed during the December 2009 service restructuring and the subsequent service changes in May and
On April 5, 2011 staff presented the TEP Implementation Strategy to the SFMTA Board of Directors and the
original TEP Policy Group. The TEP Implementation Strategy outlines project priorities, funding needs, and an
The next key step will be beginning the Environmental Review. Concurrently, they will begin the conceptual
engineering and community outreach of project level initiatives identified in the implementation strategy.
For more information click here.