Shop Transit Goods
Our Muni Diaries Fast Pass shirts, modeled by Tara on the top left
, is on sale for 20% off this weekend! The same design on baby onesies are also available at Secession Art and Design on Mission and 30th Street.
Nate1 of NewSkool, also an in-house artist at Secession, has this adorable brown Muni onesie (top right) and a bunch of other designs for your mini transit riders.
Headline Shirts pays homage to the 22 in this 22-Fillmore t-shirt (bottom right) with instructions on how to ride Muni if you’re new in town.
And what’s always on the sidewalk in San Francisco? Muni transfers and pigeons, of course. We found this super limited edition Pigeon Book (bottom left) from Joscelyn Nicole on Etsy. She only has one left!
Want more? Here we go:
Another crafty crafter made these Market Street transit token cuff links. These ones were issued from 1921 to 1944.
Market Street Railway has made these Information Gladly Given t-shirts that can come really handy at a bar or a company meeting:
BART maps also make for cool buttons:
You’ve probably seen Amos Goldbaum‘s curbside shop near the Ferry Building. He’s got a cool drawing of an old LRV, available on tees and the San Francisco uniform, a hoodie sweatshirt:
You might know them as the Muni Manners Ladies, but they’re authors now too. Julie Hayes and Angelie Agarwal have written a book called Muni Manners: An Etiquette Guide for the Mass Transit Savvy. Next time you see poor manners on the bus, you can pull out the book on them:
Has the N failed you or saved you? Greg has these N Judah mousepads for you to remember your ride by:
Walter Koning has lots of shirts with Muni lines, but I am partial to this design that he calls “Timeless 14 Mission“:
Last year we also did a merchandise roundup, so if you spot any more Muni-inspired items, let us know!
Thank you for the shout out, MD crew!! Congrats on…everything!
Angelie & Julie
I saw someone wearing this one and totally dug it: