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Map of San Francisco. The corridors that are part of the proposal are highlighted in red.

The Rapid Network corridor proposals are a set of recommendations designed to reduce delays on the busiest bus lines and rail routes that constitute the Muni Rapid Network. These recommendations were formed through months of investigative work by SFMTA planners and engineers who examined each route individually. Through extensive field work and data analysis, the root causes of the delays were identified and recommendations to minimize these delays are proposed.

As can be expected for a surface-running transit system, some of the most significant sources of delay were from intersections, traffic congestion, narrow lanes, and closely spaced transit stops. The proposed travel time reduction proposals would implement roadway and bus stop changes to reduce delays on the transit routes in the Rapid Network. Changes include adding sidewalk extensions and boarding islands; replacing stop signs with traffic signals or other measures; transit stop changes including moving stops, eliminating stops, and adding new stops; traffic engineering changes such as adding turn lanes, turn restrictions, and transit-only lanes; and pedestrian improvements such as curb extensions and other crosswalk treatments.

Proposals are being evaluated for the following routes:

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