San Francisco Transportation Funding Ballot Measure

by alevin : greencaltrain – excerpt

On July 22, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to place a transportation measure on the ballot, supported by Supervisor Wiener, to fund Muni and active transportation in proportion to population growth…

The San Francisco ballot in 2014 will also include a $500 Million General Obligation (GO) bond to pay for transportation capital improvements, improving Muni reliability and speed, planning for the downtown extension and funding pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure…

Meanwhile, opponents of transit and active transportation have launched a ballot measure to end San Francisco‚Äôs transit-first policy, freeze parking rates and build more parking supply… (more)

Three ballot measures on the November ballot. Two asking for more money and one asking for more balance. Voters will cast their opinions on SFMTA priorities that have created gridlock and eliminated thousands of parking spaces in the last two years. Citizens and public officials are demanding accountability.

 

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