AC Transit may take over the amtrak bus route from Emeryville to San francisco. Strange but makes sense. 500k is a lot of money to just look in to it though
updates for line 19 and 96 for the island of Alameda
for 3 and a half years BART will open at 5am and AC Transit will be operating a massive East Bay bus network
AC Transit has developed a design for bikes and bus islands platforms. It appears they'll be planning for more of those types of street improvements.
AC Transit working with local colleges and universities to increase workforce. Thats actually pretty cool even if it doesn't work out.
Spur presentation to the AC Transit Board for integrated Fares.But they still don't have a plan for integrated fares. No one seems to want to propose a plan for this. Even if seamless bay area were to say everyone charges 2.50 no matter the agency that would be a plan. But its burdensome to come to board meetings with no proposal or even napkin idea to even debate.
make a Safer Taylor Street presentation
SFMTA is starting to look into safety improvements for the lower great highway. That I can agree greatly needs to be done, that street is terrifying to cross.
I didn't know that SFMTA had any security guards for transit centers. I thought they just had the fare inspectors and city police.
SFMTA howard and folsom near-term improvements.
I guess 6th street has some problems. A person is hit on 6th street once every 16 days. I can see it, just didn't realize it was that high on the list
Apparently there was a plan to allow direct access from BART to MUNI. Anyone know why that didn't happen?
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