Celebrating the role of transit in the Bay Area’s recovery with events, rides, and prizes.
All month long, we’ll be getting riders involved by hosting rallies, panel discussions, transit hubs, and more.
Join your local elected officials in riding transit and keeping score of your rides! Riders will win transit-themed prizes.
We’re celebrating people and projects that have improved riders’ lives. Nominations accepted until September 13!
Join us with our Bay Area partners
Make Transit Month awesome
Help with an event, talk to everyday riders about public transit, or ride Muni with city leaders! Sign up to volunteer
Ride-Along & Rally September 8
Join us along with the mayor and the board of supervisors as we meet at locations around the city to ride Muni together to City Hall. This is a great time for your supervisor to hear why transit is important to you.
Then join us from 8:30-9:30 a.m. at City Hall to rally for the future of Muni that we need!
We face an uphill battle to get funding for Muni. Show up and show your support!
Ride Transit & Win Prizes
In September, log your transit rides with us and you could win prizes for most rides, best stories, best pictures and more! Prizes include $100, $50, and $25 Clipper Cards courtesy of Spare the Air, autographed Warriors gear, Spare the Air solar chargers, and special transit art!
Transit Month Events
We’re planning rallies, discussion panels, meetups, and more for Transit Month. Details and more events coming soon!
Join Seamless Bay Area for a conversation with transit and urban planning expert Christof Spieler about how Bay Area transit compares with the systems of other North American regions.
Transportation contributes 45% of all emissions in San Francisco but only 0.1% comes from Muni, which served over 700,000 daily trips before the pandemic. Join us for a panel discussion on San Francisco's ...
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