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Vote Yes on Proposition A this June — Needed Investments for Muni

San Francisco Transit Riders is in strong support of Prop A.

From SFTR’s ED’s Seat This Earth Day:

From the ED’s seat this Earth Week is me grappling with the understanding of the Non Profit Industrial Complex where our social justice movements can get monitored and controlled to “make the world safe for capitalism.”

A note from our Executive Director, Vinita Goyal:

In my eleventh week within my permanent role at SFTR, it has been truly gratifying to think strategically of SFTR’s priorities nested within the approaches for addressing systemic disparities.

In Major Win for Riders, Transportation Authority Board gives approval for new 2022 Sales Tax Expenditure Plan

On Tuesday March 8th, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority Board of Directors voted unanimously to endorse the $2.6 billion Transportation 2022 Sales Tax Expenditure Plan.

SFTR Letter of Support for Car-Free JFK and Transit Investments

The following letter was submitted to Mayor Breed, the Board of Supervisors, SFMTA and Rec and Park on January 20, 2022.

San Francisco Riders: Your Ride Will Get Better this year!

Get your Clipper Cards ready because more Muni is coming your way.

Getting to the 2022 Ballot

November 2022 is the next, best shot for a transit operations funding measure. There are a couple of pathways a major transit operations funding measure could move forward:

Muni Service Plan For Winter 2022: On the Right Track

We’re thankful that after laying out different scenarios for the next Muni service map, SFMTA has an updated proposal that restores much of the service riders have been missing. We know it’s been a difficult conversation over the past few months. We thank SFMTA for listening to riders, working with us, threading many needles, and restoring a lot of coverage given limited resources.

What Revenue Sources Meet Transit Riders’ Needs?

In our last piece, we covered why Muni desperately needs long term, sustainable, and significant additional funding to sustain existing service and repair its aging infrastructure. But not all revenue sources are created equal. Our Local Funding Working Group used five main criteria to evaluate potential revenue sources …

It’s Past Time to Fund Muni

This fall, San Franciscans are being asked to make difficult decisions regarding Muni. Choices around restoring routes versus adding frequency provide no clear win for riders. While discussions about how to distribute limited resources to restore Muni service are important, addressing Muni’s severe financial deficit must be at the core of any solution that creates a more reliable, accessible and world class transit system for riders.

From SFTR’s ED’s Seat This Earth Day:

From SFTR’s ED’s Seat This Earth Day:

From the ED’s seat this Earth Week is me grappling with the understanding of the Non Profit Industrial Complex where our social justice movements can get monitored and controlled to “make the world safe for capitalism.”

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