Clipper 2.0 update. Also has interesting information on Clipper 1.0. I'm shocked that MUNI only has 38% market share using clipper. Is it the tourists? It actually went down from last year! Most usage across the bay area transit agencies have gone up in the last year but North Bay is really behind though.
Cool they're investing in improving the rapid corridors - telegraph, san pablo and grand
Actually a project is pretty cool. although I think gov will end up paying way too much for it. I could build this in two weeks. I'm actually interested in copying it but maybe for the whole bay area. If anyone would be interested in helping me with compiling the information please tell me.
I just found it out this weekend that they want to make a new neighborhood - The Market Street Hub
Planning information presentation about the Hub. It doesn't seem so bad.
Presentation diagram on the Van Ness Station
Oh good! SFMTA is finally looking at extending the central subway. to marina or elsewhere.
Survey that SFMTA did for extending the central subway
This is actually very sad to see the death of a industry.
Technically not interesting for San Francisco but for East Bay this would be amazing. There are soooooooo many cheats now. But I feel like CHP will do nothing to help this.
State Senator Wiener at it again with another great bill. North Bay hates it but it is a lot more tame then SB 827 was.
My condolences to 350 Bay Area. The GHG performance measure rule was appealed. I'm actually surprised that the 2017 tax bill didn't remove the tax exemption for transportation. but alright!
Interesting bills coming through the legislature. Feel free to call/email your representative to support something.
The Governor's budget revision is apparently good for public transit and affordable housing.
Well this is awesome a great breakdown of results the Regional Measure 3 in the June election. And a comparison to how it was for the previous regional measure. Overall I was disappointed that it there wasn't more voter turnout. I didn't mind if RM 3 failed but the low turnout means so many more people will be griping about it.
Also gets into all the other ballot measures for the counties and cities. Its pretty thorough.
Federally they seem to be supporting transportation too. Its kinda weird.
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