San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
San Francisco officials are urging the city’s transportation agency to let kids under 18 ride public transit for free.
Among Ed Reiskin’s first tasks will be to improve relations with a driver’s union that had a contract imposed on them.
Dozens of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency operators are facing the possibility of being fired for their failure to obtain valid driver’s licenses.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors on Tuesday voted both to increase city taxi fares and the total number of taxicabs on city streets.
San Francisco public works director Ed Reiskin will be shifting gears in his new role as executive director of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
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.
Nathaniel Ford’s 5 ½ year tenure as head of the Municipal Transportation Agency will end June 30, city officials announced Wednesday.
The head of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, Nathaniel Ford, confirmed that he would depart the agency with a severance package totaling nearly $400,000.
The Municipal Transportation Agency needs to boost revenue to defray higher administrative and enforcement costs, among other things.
Leaders of San Francisco Muni’s transit operators’ union on Tuesday defended their right to strike if labor negotiations break down with the agency.