president of the city’s Transportation Board, Tom Nolan, is questioning whether San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera should be allowed to give legal advice on the Central Subway Project, given his vocal political opposition to the project.
San Francisco mayor Ed Lee is about to decide the fate of a deal that would relocate dozens of Chinatown residents to make room for the new Central Subway project.
A San Francisco civil grand jury called Muni’s Central Subway project “a waste of money.”
After a two-hour strike outside City Hall protesting implementation of electronic tracking systems in cabs and 5 percent credit card fees, taxi drivers filed into the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board meeting.
The Municipal Transportation Agency needs to boost revenue to defray higher administrative and enforcement costs, among other things.
San Francisco Muni officials are trying allay fears about safety on the transit system following a scathing report by state regulators.
While the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is trying to get more cabs on the streets during peak hours, the supervisors are trying to rid the street of renegade cabs that are operating without a license.
A vote was scheduled for Tuesday on an experimental program to limit traffic on San Francisco’s busy Market Street.
Earlier this week, San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency approved San Francisco’s $137 million piece of the Central Subway project.
A new policy to charge Muni drivers in San Francisco a monthly fee for parking was temporarily derailed at Tuesday’s Municipal Transportation Agency Board meeting.