MME Fact Sheet Overview of Project • Project cost/breakdown: $200M including land costs, etc. • Funding: Prop B/K, Federal, State and Local • 180,000 square foot maintenance and operation building includes a 16,000 square foot parts storeroom and 12 support shop functions • 13 acre yard capable of accommodating 80 light rail vehicles • 15 storage yard tracks and one outer tangent track dedicated to Automatic Train Control System testing • 3 DC power substations • Second floor features several inter-related sections including Administration, Rail Operations & Support, Signal Shop, Transportation/Operators facilities, Training Rooms, Lunch room, Exercise rooms and separate Computer Server room and Telephone Equipment rooms • Onsite parking for 170 cars and SFMTA non-revenue vehicles • Reconstruction of 25th Street and repaving of Cesar Chavez
• Employed 41 CityBuild recruits (SF Residents)
The MME ushers in a new era in Muni service delivery by supporting the T Third Line. In the spirit of San Francisco’s Transit First policy, the MME will be the operating base for the Central Subway when it opens in 2016.
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Construction coordinated with other departments/entities • FTA, SFCTA, MTC, DPW, DPT, PUC, SFWD, SFFD, DTIS, DPH, Regional Water Quality Control Board, Port of San Francisco, Arts Commission, Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Office of Emergency Communication, Mayor’s Office of Disability, Office of City Attorney, Department of Real Estate and numerous other local and state entities.
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• SF residents worked 25% of total hours worked • Total Subcontractors DBE Subcontractors • DBE Goal
Total paid to DBE Contractors
Looking Ahead: Central Subway Project The completion of the MME signals another milestone in the development and completion of the Third Street Light Rail Project (Central Subway) and illustrates SFMTA’s ongoing commitment to The City’s Transit First policy. Located near San Francisco’s eastern border and flanking The City’s T Third Line, this 13-acre storage, maintenance and operations facility is an important component of SFMTA’s Third Street Light Rail Project. An ambitious two-phase development, the Third Street Light Rail Project was conceived to create new inroads to some of The City’s most traveled destinations, while improving Muni’s infrastructure, enhancing Muni’s support capabilities and ensuring system sustainability for future generations.