SFMTA study on late night transportation

Muni at night

The ability to efficiently travel to and from bars, restaurants, nightclubs and live music venues at night is critical to the economic well-being of the nightlife and entertainment industry, the safety of nightlife patrons, and the health of the neighborhoods where nightlife establishments are located.

On Friday, September 20, 2013, SFMTA conducted a survey on late night transportation in conjunction with the San Francisco Entertainment Commission and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development of nightlife patrons arriving at several nightlife establishments on Polk Street between Bush Street and Sutter Street to assess patrons’ current late night transportation practices. The survey polled 120 people about how they arrived at Polk Street and how they intended to leave later that evening.

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