Don’t Let the City Steal from Muni!!

In 2007, voters gave Muni an extra $27 million to pay for more buses, hire more drivers and make needed improvements.

Now the Mayor is raiding the Muni budget, while there’s talk of more FARE HIKES!!

Join members of Traffic not Transit Coalition in opposing fare hikes.

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Editor’s note: Jason Henderson, a geography professor at San Francisco State University who writes about the politics of mobility, explains why he’s voting against Proposition G on November 2. We’ve invited the Yes on G side to write an op-ed and hope to publish it soon. A lot of well-meaning people are leaning towards voting […]

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