Multiple media stories over the last week prove that corporations plan to control our streets. They are fighting for them. What are we doing to keep them?
Lyft’s Big Bike-Share Buy Is About Ruling the Streets: https://metermadness.wordpress.com/2018/07/05/lyfts-big-bike-share-buy-is-about-ruling-the-streets/
The SFMTA has not done a great job of protecting our interest and may come under fire. Follow the action this week: https://cancalendar.wordpress.com/special-events/
Supervisors passed an Ordinance to help us. We need to ask for their help now.
Charter Amendment: https://metermadness.wordpress.com/actions/charter-amendment/
Stay in formed. Demand Respect . Support the candidates running for supervisor who will protect our city and our streets. Put SFMTA needs listen the voters, not their staff.
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Tagged corporate takeover, privatization of our streets, san francisco board of supervisors, SFCTA, SFMTA complaints |
: missionlocal – excerpt
Uber and Lyft — whose ride-hailing services bring an estimated 45,000 cars into the city each day — generate trip data every time they pick up or drop off a passenger. This data, say city transit officials, is essential for long-term planning.
And yet, as a recent draft report from the San Francisco County Transportation Authority makes clear, mobility tech companies have declined to share vital data with city and county transportation planners.
That draft report,
“Emerging Mobility Evaluation Report: Evaluating Emerging Mobility Services and Technologies in San Francisco” evaluated mobility companies currently operating in the city against the city’s guiding transportation standards. The problem is the lack of data: Fully 85 percent of all possible “outcome metrics” were not reported by any company, Uber and Lyft included… (more)
Posted in Anti car attitude, Bad Ideas, Public, Public debt, Public outrage, Residential parking, SFMTA Complaints, SFPark, Shared vehicles |
Tagged data sharing, ride-hailing services, SFCTA, TNCs |