Complaining about the difficulty of catching Muni late at night, or the fact that BART doesn't run later on the weekends, is about as treasured a pastime around here as the post-party taco stop. But though we love to complain, there may be something we can actually do about it. Today at 1:30 p.m., a cadre of city officials and transit experts will discuss ways to improve late-night transportation, including such topics as:
-Availability & frequency of transbay transportation
-Availability & frequency of Muni LRV lines (Market Street Tunnel)
-Accessibility to information on Muni OWL lines
-Daytime vs. Nighttime Muni routes
-Transportation available to bar patrons and late night/early morning workers
The hearing will occur before the Land Use and Development Committee at SF City Hall, Room 263. It begins at 1:30 p.m. today, Monday, April 14. If you're a serial complainer about the state of late-night getting around in this city, you might want to show up.