Overview
An image of the 66-Quintara bus

Photo: SFMTA Photography Department

Introduction

The 66-Quintara Reconfiguration Study identified ways to meet the San Francisco West Side neighborhoods’ transit access and connectivity needs. Led by the SFMTA, the report evaluated alternative routing configurations for for west side transit options with a focus on the 66 Quintara. 

The 66-Quintara Reconfiguration Study informed the following near-term improvements:

  • Improve 66 Quintara on time terminal departure through monitoring
  • Add a new 66 Quintara stop at 8th Avenue and Judah Street
  • Add a new timepoint to Nextbus to improve 66 Quintara predictions in both directions
  • Increase 66 Quintara service frequency from 30 minutes to 20 minutes on evening after 10 PM and on weekends
  • Increase service on the 48 Quintara-24th Street route with mid-day service added between West Portal and the Great Highway

Project/Study Partners

SFMTA

Cost and Funding 

The Transportation Authority's Neighborhood Program funded the Route 66 Quintara Connectivity Study with $100,000 in Prop K sales tax funds. This study was requested by former District 4 Supervisor and Transportation Authority Board Member Katy Tang. 

Resources

Final Report: 66-Quintara Reconfiguration Study, 2018 (PDF)

SFMTA project webpage: 66 Quintara Connectivity Study

Prop K sales tax funding request (PDF)

Contact 

Rachel Hiatt, Principal Planner, rachel.hiatt@sfcta.org

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