About Market Street Railway
Market Street Railway is the nonprofit preservation partner of the San Francisco Municipal Railway (Muni), the city agency that owns and operates San Francisco’s transit system, including its historic streetcars and cable cars. While we support Muni’s historic transit activities, we are not part of Muni and we receive no government money whatsoever.
Instead, we rely on membership dues and private donations to help keep San Francisco’s past present in the future by serving as an effective independent advocate for the famed historic streetcars of the F-line, and the national landmark cable cars, which together carry more than 45,000 riders per day.
Our name is one of the most famous in San Francisco history — for the companies that used it long before we came into existence in 1976. The history of our name is in many ways a history of transit in San Francisco.
We are proud to be a volunteer-based organization. The passion of our committed and involved members has made all the difference in achieving our goal of preserving historic transit in San Francisco. We welcome new volunteers, who find that if they have a passion for a particular project and are willing to do what it takes to get it done, our organization provides a supportive, enjoyable environment for them.
If you would like more information about Market Street Railway or have questions about our organization, the best way to contact us is by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call (415) 956-0472 and leave a message for us.
Board of Directors
Doug Wright, Chair
Bruce Agid, Vice Chair
Art Curtis, Corporate Secretary
George Pleasant, Treasurer
Rick Laubscher, President
A. Lee Blitch
Feysan Jefferson Lodde
Leslie Tang Schilling