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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.

President Obama: You’ll miss the traffic when he’s gone
2 weeks ago

President Obama: You’ll miss the traffic when he’s gone

By  •  Politics, Transportation

They call the Bay Area the Democratic Party’s “political ATM,” and President Obama has made frequent visits to stock up on campaign funds. But for those of us who can’t …
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BART and AC Transit may team up to tackle late night service
3 weeks ago

BART and AC Transit may team up to tackle late night service

Good news for the Bay’s late night workers and weekend partiers: BART is once again considering expanding its weekend, late-night bus service. The six-month test may begin as early …
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Ting Helps California Cities Build Safer, Better Bikeways
4 weeks ago

Ting Helps California Cities Build Safer, Better Bikeways

By  •  Public Safety, Transportation

We’re proud to say that Reset San Francisco Founder Phil Ting’s AB 1193 was signed by Governor Brown, giving cities the ability to build safer, better bikeways.

AB 1193 …
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HOW SAN FRANCISCO IS REDESIGNING ITS RAPID TRANSIT NETWORK
1 month ago

HOW SAN FRANCISCO IS REDESIGNING ITS RAPID TRANSIT NETWORK

As part of a massive transit plan for San Francisco, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has identified the 5 Fulton corridor as being part of the proposed Rapid Network. …
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BART: Fleet of the Future?
1 month ago

BART: Fleet of the Future?

By  •  Transportation

By: Daniel Burt

San Francisco has always been a city of innovation. When BART was opened in 1972, it was considered the finest in the world, a space age automated …
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The SFMTA May Soon Test a Smartphone Ticketing App for Muni Riders
1 month ago

The SFMTA May Soon Test a Smartphone Ticketing App for Muni Riders

San Francisco is always looking for new and innovative ways to make life easier and more efficient for its residents. If you ask a San Franciscan, they may say the …
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