980 Signatures on the Stop SFMTA Petition

Sign the petition and fill out the parking survey sfenuf.org

Good news for SF drivers. We are nearing the next 1,000 signatures goal for our Stop SFMTA petition. If you have not yet signed the petition, now is a good time to do so. Who will push the number or the line and get us started on the next 2,000?
THANKS for all your support! – ENUF and the drivers of San Francisco

Text of the petition:

As residents and taxpayers of San Francisco we believe that the SFMTA’s first and foremost responsibility is to improve MUNI and to make MUNI a more desirable means of transportation. It is not SFMTA’s job to make owning and driving a motor vehicle more expensive and difficult.

The SFMTA needs to be accountable to all the citizens of San Francisco. We need a balanced, unbiased municipal transportation policy.

We respectfully request that the Mayor and District Supervisors immediately stop the SFMTA from:

1. Installing new parking meters and extending the hours of enforcement
2. Enforcing Sunday parking meters
3. Increasing meter rates, fees and fines

Sign the petition and fill out the parking survey sfenuf.org

Tell San Francisco officials how you feel about the SFMTA restrictive parking policy. How has effected the way you live and do business in San Francisco?

The Race is on to decide the future of transit in San Francisco.

Press Release – September 10, 2012

Who will determine the future of transit in San Francisco? Those who take actions.
ENUF, and neighborhood groups opposing SFMTA’s policies launched a petition to Stop SFMTA.

This comes at a critical time in San Francisco’s politics, as neighborhood districts will be voting on their Supervisors in less than two months. Parking is a major concern for residents, so the position a candidate takes on parking and SFMTA policies could be the deciding factor in some races.
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The Gil Gross Program – Tony Kelly Interview

The Gil Gross Program : Newstalk 910 KKSF – excerpt

Gil talks to Tony Kelly, a spokesman for ENUF (Eastern Neighborhoods United Front), about the increasing use of the parking meters by the city of San Francisco and the proposed drop in services by MUNI. After talking with Kelly, Gil gets on the phone with listeners who want to talk about the coming changes…

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