SF Transit Riders Union 14-Mission Organizing Meeting

From SFTRU:

This group organizes the riders of the 14-Mission and the 49-Van Ness for improvements to this busy route. We’re developing a strong, organized, multi-lingual voice for the riders. Our next step is a “town hall” kind of meeting to kick off the campaigns. For information, email the coordinator at14mission@sftru.org.

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