22 & Beyond: SFTRU’s Muni Challenge Closing Celebration

From the SF Transit Riders Union:

It may be the end of the 22-Day Muni Challenge, but it’s just the beginning of a new relationship with public transit for some city officials and even everyday riders. Let’s celebrate!

Awards will be given for:
Most Rides in 22-Day Period
Most Days Ridden
Most Distance Travelled
Best Picture
Best Interaction with a Passenger
Best Observation
Best Plan of Action
Best Tweet (City Official)
Best Tweet (Citizen)
Crankiest Tweeter
Honorable Mentions

There will be drinks, snacks, and a big old raffle.

And if you don’t know what this is all about, take a look here:
http://sftransitriders.org/munichallenge
https://twitter.com/search?q=%23onboardsf

#OnBoardSF

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