The Official Reset San Francisco Blog
MUNI takes years, China says done.
By: Nick Vojdani
May 5, 2011
While MUNI is still working on getting buses to show up every ten minutes, one city in China has buses arriving every ten seconds during peak hours.
Like Cinderella, in San Francisco the party can often stop at Midnight.
That is, if you’re a BART rider enjoying the myriad nightlife activities in and around San Francisco.
By: Eric Pugatch
Do you have time for a celebration this Wednesday evening?
We’ve been working so hard to Reset San Francisco and we shouldn’t forget to celebrate our success. Thanks to our incredible supporters, interns and volunteers, we’re already engaging thousands of San Franciscans both online and offline to discuss real ideas and real solutions for making our city government work better.
A new report out today shows closing the Amazon.com tax loophole would mean up to $1 billion in new state revenue, while helping to level the playing field for California’s small businesses.