The SF Municipal Transportation Agency has a number of services available to community members and small businesses.
ENFORCEMENT AND MAINTENANCE REQUESTS
Notice a vehicle parked in one location for more than 72 hours? Is there a car blocking your driveway or sidewalk? Is there a broken parking meter, a faded curb, a damaged bicycle rack or corral, or a damaged traffic or parking sign on your block? Report it to 3-1-1 and SFMTA will do it’s best to take care of it as quickly as possible.
GENERAL INSTALLATION REQUESTS
Does your neighborhood need accessible street signals, traffic calming, or other transportation improvements? Street improvements that make a street friendly and accessible for all users and can help attract visitors to a neighborhood. The Sustainable Streets Division SFMTA is responsible for designing, directing, and managing all traffic engineering functions within San Francisco, including placement of signs, signals, traffic striping, and curb markings to promote the safe and efficient movement of people and goods throughout the City. If you have any suggestions, concerns, or requests about roadway safety, street parking, or traffic circulation in San Francisco, please contact the Sustainable Streets Division online using the 3-1-1 self-service portal or call 3-1-1.
BIKE RACKS AND CORRALS
San Francisco is already recognized as one of the foremost bicycling cities in the county, and bicycle use is on the rise. This rapidly growing population can be an opportunity to attract and keep new customers. Racks and corrals can bring new visitors to your business and neighborhood. Businesses and property owners can apply for on-street bike corrals. The demand for bicycle parking is higher than can be accommodated on the sidewalks. Approximately 8-12 bikes can be parked in one car space, making bike corrals a comparatively efficient use of roadway space. To request an on-street corral, contact 3-1-1.
ADVERTISING ON MUNI, MUNI STATIONS & BUS SHELTERS
Interested in promoting your business or neighborhood event? MTA has various advertising opportunities that can help attract more customers and increase foot traffic.
TEMPORARY STREET CLOSURES
Planning a neighborhood event? If your neighborhood organization would like to close one or multiple streets for a community event, festival, block party, athletic event, etc., SFMTA can assist in formally applying to the Interdepartmental Staff Committee on Traffic and Transportation (ISCOTT).