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San Francisco’s 15th Parklet Opened Last Week

Reset was excited to read that there is yet another parklet in San Francisco. This time, the parklet is taking congested streets head-on by constructing a pop-up park on the busy intersection of Powell Street between Eddy and Geary in the heart of a bustling thoroughfare downtown.

Tell SFMTA What You Think – By Filling Out Its Own Survey

It’s been just over two weeks since former San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency executive director Nat Ford was carried away by his $384,000 golden parachute and SFMTA has yet to produce a timeline for appointing a new head of their oft-maligned agency.

Muni Musician Plays Freebird


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The Great San Francisco Taxi Cab Strike – Coming Soon to a Street Corner Near You

Cabmageddon” is back – with San Francisco taxi drivers set strike on Tuesday, August 2.

SFMTA Spent $27 Million on Settlements Last Year

By: Victoria Holliday

Reset research found that last year SFMTA spent $27 million on settling lawsuits levied against the MTA. These MTA settlements accounted for one-third of the $71 million total the city spent on settlements. The MTA had the most settlements of any single city department.

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The First Step Toward Digital Equality

While San Francisco has made halting progress towards increasing Internet access for its citizens, our digital divide is still stark.

A Different Type of BART Delay

BART has missed its deadline to make Clipper cards a bigger part of their system. Missing any more time could mean losing millions in fundingMany of us are already experts in BART delays.

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