SFMTA schedules hearing to consider restoring service cuts 

A hearing to restore service cuts on all San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency buses and trains is scheduled for July 6.

Because of a pending budget deficit, SFMTA officials voted to cut bus service and frequency May 8. The move would have saved the transit agency $29 million annually.

The Board of Supervisors did not support the cuts.

The SFMTA hearing will concentrate on restoring owl service, restoring end times for commute routes, restoring end times for local and rapid routes, adding capacity for weekday crowding and restoring night frequency.

Service could be restored Sept. 4

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