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Are San Francisco’s Streets Dangerous by Design?
4 years ago

Are San Francisco’s Streets Dangerous by Design?

By  •  Public Safety

“When you get tired of walking around San Francisco, you can always lean against it.”

The quote is anonymous, but the sentiment is a familiar one for most San Franciscans. …
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Better Late Than Never: Clipper Cards Now Work with BART Ticket Machines
4 years ago

Better Late Than Never: Clipper Cards Now Work with BART Ticket Machines

By  •  Transportation

You can now refill your Clipper Card at any of BART’s 302 ticket machines throughout the Bay Area. And while we are all thrilled to have more locations to refill …
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City Poll Shows Strengths and Weaknesses of Streets Repaving Bond
4 years ago

City Poll Shows Strengths and Weaknesses of Streets Repaving Bond

By  •  Poll, Reset Revealed

It’s Poll Week at Reset San Francisco, as we look at some of the interesting results of our latest Reset Survey. But we want to pause for a second …
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Filing Government Paperwork Electronically
4 years ago

Filing Government Paperwork Electronically

By  •  Better Government, Tech

Government bureaucracy is synonymous with long lines at the DMV and a quagmire of red tape and paperwork. Completing and processing government paperwork by hand takes an insufferable amount of …
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San Francisco Releases Five Year Technology Plan
4 years ago

San Francisco Releases Five Year Technology Plan

By  •  Better Government, Tech

The City just released it’s first every long-term government technology plan – and you can read it here.

San Francisco, which once led in Gov 2.0 technology initiatives, has been …
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Smart Phones, Smart Cops

By  •  Public Safety

Last Tuesday, the Bay Citizen ran a fascinating story on how police in Santa Clara are using smart phones to apprehend criminals more efficiently than ever before. Standard issue for …
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