SFMTA Muni Metro has expanded significantly over the last 10 years. In the early 2000s, Muni Metro underwent construction to welcome the Central Subway Project. The 1.7-mile extension project linked the Metro's T Third Line directly to major sporting and cultural venues as well as retail shops located in the heart of San Francisco. The project's other benefits included quicker travel times between locations and the connection of local communities to major areas of commerce.
Customers appreciate the extent of the Muni Metro station network. Today, the Muni Metro spans 71.5 miles and hosts 173,500 visitors daily. With 24 handicap-accessible platforms, it offers conveniently located transportation access at such locations as the Stonestown Galleria mall, San Francisco State University, and the Embarcadero.