The Bay Area's fare structure--or lack of one--is an unmitigated disaster that has to be fixed now
Outlined at a SPUR meeting in San Jose, Seamless lays framework for a Swiss-style, integrated rail and bus system for the Bay Area
Perhaps no other neighborhood has come so far--from the bad old days of the Central Freeway, to pedestrianizing one block of street. What's next?
Remind us how this is the Grand Central Station of the West again?
The Board of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is tapping Tom Maguire, director of the agency’s Sustainable Streets Division, as interim Director while they look for a permanent replacement for outgoing director Ed Reiskin. Maguire will take over on August 15. From the SFMTA Board’s announcement letter: Tom joined the SFMTA in October 2014 […]
Seamless Bay Area launches drive to start Bay Area towards rational, integrated fares
Hey SFMTA, tell us again why you can't do protected Intersections on the cheap?