By Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez : sfexaminer – excerpt
It’s often late, dirty and a bumpy ride, many San Franciscans say.
In San Francisco, the gripes about Muni are endless. Amid those and other common complaints, it’s often easy to take Muni for granted.
A new study released Tuesday by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency aims to change that viewpoint. The study reveals Muni’s economic impact to The City, and shows just how much worse off San Franciscans would be without Muni… (more)
Maybe if Ed Reiskin and Co. spent less time and money trying to convince the public they are doing a good job and more time and money doing the job they were hired to do, the Muni system would work better for the people who must rely on it to get where they need to go on their schedule.
Exactly how much did this study cost; how many man hours was spent on it; and who believes it? That is the poll we need to see.