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S.F. Muni offers free passes to students

Bus| March 2, 2011
Beginning with the distribution of the April passes in March, 12,000 passes will be distributed by the SFUSD to low-income SFUSD students free of charge for April, May and June of 2011.

Calif. transit chief offers to take pay cut

Accessibility| February 10, 2011
Mike Scanlon, CEO, San Mateo County Transit District, volunteered to sacrifice part of his $400,000 compensation package, since the three transit agencies he runs are undergoing serious budget problems. However, board members defended the salary, which they had approved.
Rail| January 28, 2011

S.F. MTA begins phase 2 of light rail project

The $9.3 million utility relocation, to be completed by Synergy Project Management Inc, is expected to continue through June 2012.
Rail| January 20, 2011

S.F. MTA approves $1.57B light rail funding plan

Will submit the plan as part of the FTA’s New Starts Program in February. Plan is the agency’s best means for closing the remaining $137 million funding gap for the project, which is expected to cost $1.578 billion.
Accessibility| December 15, 2010

S.F. MTA unveils 100th transit shelter

Some of the new transit shelters will use third-generation organic-dye-based photovoltaic solar film to power the shelter lights and information systems. The structures of the new shelters use steel with high-recycled content as well as energy-efficient LEDs.
Rail| October 15, 2010

San Francisco completes first refurbished LRV

The first completed LRV is currently being inspected by SFMTA personnel in order to ensure that all issues are addressed and that the rehabilitation of the remaining 142 vehicles is done correctly by AnsaldoBreda, the manufacturer.
Bus| September 8, 2010

San Francisco reconsiders banning guns in transit ads

The city recently suspended a policy banning firearms in advertisements on public transportation. The poster promotes the 25th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference in Burlingame, south of San Francisco.
Bus| July 30, 2010

SF Muni switching to 'Clipper' card

The first pass to switch will be the "A" Fast Pass, which allows customers to access Bay Area Rapid Transit in San Francisco as well as Muni.
Rail| April 19, 2010

San Francisco names second female grip in history

Willa Johnson's predecessor, Fannie Barnes, retired from active cable car duty in 2002.
Accessibility| October 2, 2009

Calif. Supreme Court: Shifting transit funds illegal

By declining to accept the Schwarzenegger Administration’s petition for review filed by state officials, the high court upheld the ruling of the Third District Court of Appeal that recent funding diversions violated a series of statutory and constitutional amendments enacted by voters via four statewide initiatives dating back to 1990.

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