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Breaking News: Assemblymember Phil Ting re-launches Reset San Francisco

Transportation

In a city as dense as San Francisco, safe and reliable transportation is not a luxury – it is a basic necessity. Over 200 million passengers a year rely on MUNI to commute to work and get around our city. In fact, San Francisco residents depend on public transportation more than individuals from any other county in the Bay Area.

We have all experienced the frustration of MUNI service cuts, fare hikes and inaccessibility. As we watch our rates go up, our services continue to go down. It’s time to get serious about finding real solutions.

Part of the Transbay Transit Center Unveiled Today
3 months ago

Part of the Transbay Transit Center Unveiled Today

A carefully designed piece of awning set to grace the future Transbay Transit Center in downtown San Francisco was unveiled today.

Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-San Francisco, California Democratic …
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SFO Had the Highest Growth Rate of International Travelers in the U.S. Last Year
3 months ago

SFO Had the Highest Growth Rate of International Travelers in the U.S. Last Year

The San Francisco International Airport had the highest rate of growth of international passengers last year than any other airport in the country, airport officials said today.

The International Trade …
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San Francisco is Super Bowl City for SB50
4 months ago

San Francisco is Super Bowl City for SB50

By  •  Events, Neighborhood, Transportation

Super Bowl 50 is set for next Sunday, February 7 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, but San Francisco will be hosting nine days of activities and events leading up …
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New Survey to Improve the L-Taraval MUNI Line
7 months ago

New Survey to Improve the L-Taraval MUNI Line

By  •  Transportation

Muni is always trying to improve service for the citizens of San Francisco, and here at Reset we have written about the various improvements Muni has made over the years. …
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Update: Jerry Brown Signs Bill Making Golden Gate Free to Walk, Bike
7 months ago

Update: Jerry Brown Signs Bill Making Golden Gate Free to Walk, Bike

By  •  Healthy Living, Neighborhood, News

A bill banning pedestrian and bike tolls on the Golden Gate and other bridges in the Bay Area, authored by Assemblymembers Phil Ting and Marc Levine, was signed into law …
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20,000 People to Flood Downtown for Giant Race
9 months ago

20,000 People to Flood Downtown for Giant Race

By  •  Events, Transportation

Thousands of runners will flood the streets of downtown this weekend as part of the 6th annual San Francisco Giant Race. The event will feature a half-marathon, a 10K, a …
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