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New plan provides a road map to better transit for Bayview residents

On Feb 28, 2020
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San Francisco planners and residents in the Bayview neighborhood are working in tandem to use #grassroots efforts and community-focused feedback to bring #pedestrian safety features and #bike network buildouts to the area. https://t.co/UUOHJkqi3p
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SFMTA to review suite of 101 projects designed to improve community safety and access

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On Feb 28, 2020
@SharedUseCntr shared
San Francisco planners and residents in the Bayview neighborhood are working in tandem to use #grassroots efforts and community-focused feedback to bring #pedestrian safety features and #bike network buildouts to the area. https://t.co/UUOHJkqi3p
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New plan provides a road map to better transit for Bayview residents

SFMTA to review suite of 101 projects designed to improve community safety and access

5290 Transportation Planner IV

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Mayor Appoints Stone Cold Fox Jeffrey Tumlin To Lead SFMTA

Mayor London Breed has named her selection for the new director of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, and while very qualified he's also pretty hot.

5288 Transportation Planner II

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Addressing a Bus Driver Shortage in San Francisco

The ongoing quest to fix Muni enters a new chapter, after a driver shortage impacted bus service earlier this year.

San Francisco's busiest street is now car-free

Market Street, dubbed the "civic spine" of San Francisco, is now exclusive to pedestrians, cyclists and transit. A video of Wednesday morning's commute showed the impressive results.

San Fran’s mobility plans: a proactive approach to managing mobility

Carol Schweiger, details San Francisco’s proactive, and therefore successful, strategy in introducing and managing new mobility services.

Bay Area Bike Share Battle Has Vast Ramifications

Lyft and Uber’s battle over San Francisco’s bike share system will have implications across the country.