Linking Muni, Caltrain in southeast S.F. could cost as much as $396 million
For years, neighborhood advocates have clamored for transportation upgrades in the Bayview and Visitacion Valley neighborhoods.
Muni's T-Third Street line, added in 2007 to improve access to the communities, does not connect with Caltrain's isolated Bayshore station, and there are no convenient east-west transit options in the area.
But solutions are being developed, and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority recently released a draft report detailing the costs of proposed transit alternatives for the community.
Planned improvements in The City's southeast neighborhoods, which include an extension of the T-Third Street train and a new Bus Rapid Transit line, could cost as much as $396 million.