MUNI’s 33-line is slated to permanently skip a major destination– SF
General Hospital, all so that service to the UC Mission Bay campus can be improved.
Yes, the premier public hospital in San Francisco will be harder to get to, Read More »
Filed under: San Francisco News by Beyond Chron Comments Off on MUNI Makes SF General Less Accessible
Now that a second BART tube is on the political radar, it’s time to look at other overdue strategies for making the inner Bay Area less dependent on cars. For example, extending BART to Emeryville, a city clogged with parked Read More »
As I have noted in prior pieces, San Francisco’s Prop B guarantees the SFMTA $22 million a year by raiding funding from other city programs. It gives SFMTA this money on top of the additional nearly $8 million in automatic Read More »
Filed under: San Francisco News by Randy Shaw Comments Off on Wiener Makes Case for No on B
The San Francisco Chronicle announced on October 4 that it is urging a No vote on Prop B, which raids $22 million annually from the city’s health and human services budget. The Chronicle joins tenant groups and a growing list Read More »
Filed under: San Francisco News by Randy Shaw Comments Off on SF Chronicle, Tenants Agree: No on Prop B
Only a week after stiffing nonprofit workers on raises, Supervisors Scott Wiener and David Chiu are at it again.
Now the two are driving a transit set-aside ballot measure for November that will almost certainly deny nonprofits any increases next Read More »
Filed under: San Francisco News by Randy Shaw Comments Off on SF’s Transit Set-Aside is Flawed, Divisive