It seems like no matter what Muni line you take – whether it’s the 38 Geary, the N Judah, or the 1-California, there always seems to be another Muni meltdown around the corner.

If Muni can’t do its job, the sad fact is that we can’t do ours either. Whether it’s Next Bus or 511 telling you your bus is late or your Clipper Card isn’t working (again), San Francisco has waited long enough for Muni reform.

Join us on August 23. RSVP Today.

Muni is a hot button issue in San Francisco, and that’s why on August 23, mayoral candidate Phil Ting and the Reset community will host a Reset Hot Button expert panel discussion focused on solutions to make San Francisco’s public transportation work better – for all of us. Now is our chance to be heard and to take action.

When: Tuesday, August 23, 6:30 – 9pm

Where: County Fair Building (Hall of Flowers)
1199 9th Avenue (at Lincoln)
(map and public transportation options)

Please join us for delicious free food, drinks and conversation with experts, neighbors and friends about improving Muni and making our streets safe for all of us, however we may travel.

The event will be moderated by mayoral candidate Phil Ting, and our expert panelists include SFMTA Deputy Director Tim Papandreou, SFMTA Boardmember & TransForm Community Planner Joél Ramos, and Muni Activist and author Greg Dewar.