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"Tab For a Cause": New App Lets You Support Charities Just by Opening a Web Browser

December 11, 2012

By: Daniel Richman

By opening that tab alone, you have effectively donated a fraction of a penny to your cause.
An example of what a new tab will look like after downloading Tabs For a Cause on your Web browser. 

SF LEEDing the Way on Green Building Labels

December 10, 2012

By: Evan Brown

Crowdsourcing Real-Time Traffic Congestion

November 20, 2012

By: Evan Brown

The days may be coming to an end when city planners and traffic reporters are the only ones to whom one can turn for information on – and solutions to – congested streets and highways.

Take a Spin with Muni’s Budget as San Francisco’s Budget Czar

November 14, 2012

By: Kate Adams

If you controlled San Francisco’s transportation budget, what spending programs would you prioritize? Would you outfit Muni vehicles to be more environmentally friendly? Add lines to connect harder-to-reach parts of the city? Or add buses to current routes to make public transit quicker and less crowded? (We’re looking at you, 30 Stockton).

It Could Happen to Us

November 2, 2012

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, is the Bay Area ready in the event of a disaster?By: Phil Ting

Remember To Vote Vote Vote!

UPDATE: It is now too late to mail your vote-by-mail/absentee ballot for the November 2012 Election. Please return your ballots to any polling place in your county.

November 1, 2012

Election Day is just 5 days away – and if you have your absentee ballot still sitting at home, please remember to vote, sign the back, and drop it in the mail today!

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