S.F. transit officials breathed a sigh of relief this week, with federal funds expected to come through despite a labor ruling that withholds money from California agencies.
SFMTA, transit union disagree on staffing capacity ahead of planned service restoration
The agency is trimming service on the 30-Stockton, 14-Mission and other popular routes to accommodate a loss of unvaccinated operators.
Starting in November, transit service could be thrown into chaos once hundreds of unvaccinated workers are terminated.
The saga of JFK drive—and exactly what it should look like going forward—continues.
SFMTA Director Jeffery Tumlin said the agency faces “the worst financial crisis” in its history and needs additional funding.
Reimbursements of up to $150 are available up to four times a year.
Two advocates filed a CEQA appeal to delay the reopening of the Great Highway to cars, and a parents’ group organized a demonstration this weekend.
Transit officials and the Board of Supervisors clashed over how much pre-pandemic Muni service should be restored—and how soon.
Riders in the south and north sides of the city are “effectively experiencing a different bus system.”