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City Hall Press Conference: SFTRU’s 22-Day Muni Challenge

12:12 AM PDT on June 1, 2015

From SFTRU via Facebook:

Starting June 1st, 2015, San Francisco city officials are invited to ride Muni everyday for 22 days, relying on it as daily a mode of transportation as many of their constituents do.

We're kicking it off with a Press Conference and Rally, and we need you there to show you care about the quality of public transit in San Francisco!

Supervisor Scott Wiener, District 8
Supervisor Jane Kim, District 6
Supervisor Eric Mar, District 1
Supervisor Julie Christensen, District 3
Supervisor John Avalos, District 11
Supervisor David Campos, District 9
Tilly Chang, Executive Director of SFCTA
Thea Selby, Chair of SF Transit Riders

How does the Muni Challenge work? Participating officials and citizens will tweet while riding, walking to or from, or waiting for transit everyday for those 22 days, posting it to Twitter using the hashtag #OnBoardSF. If they don’t take transit for one of those days, they will tweet their reason why with the same hashtag.

Take the pledge to participate in the Challenge:

And for more info:

We'll see you at City Hall on June 1st!

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