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October 8, 2013

Jacksonville's CEO transforms agency in first year

In addition to streamlining management, Nathaniel Ford is also working on a route restructure, a bus rapid transit system and preserving the six-cent gas tax.


February 5, 2013

Jacksonville, Fla. transit overhauls organizational structure

In the JTA’s new organizational chart, a chief of staff and five VPs will report directly to the CEO


June 16, 2011

S.F. Muni Chief stepping down

Nathaniel Ford will leave his position on June 30. His successor has not been chosen.


March 17, 2011

D.C. Airport Authority delays naming executive director

S.F. MTA chief Nathaniel Ford is rumored to be the leading candidate to become executive director of the airport authority.


March 2, 2010

San Francisco Muni faces $12.1M deficit

Among other actions, the board approved requiring use of the $70 “A” Fast Pass on cable cars and express buses, increasing parking fines by $2 to cover a state courthouse fee and reducing Muni service by 10 percent.


January 8, 2010

S.F. subway project receives final design approval

The Third Street Light Rail project represents the most significant investment in the expansion of the Muni system in generations.


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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