“Ugh . . .” That was one Googler’s response to Mission Local’s questions about the tech bus protests in San Francisco — and that’s the Googler apparently in charge of handling media inquiries. The email...
Scenes from the Mission's 16th Street and Bryant Street bus stops. En Español
The MTA's report tended to be upbeat, but drivers suggested reality is less so.
As Muni has steadily cut back the number of private shuttles — always a part of the city — has grown.
No re-vote on the automatic pay increase. En Español
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One group is calling for a boycott of Muni on March 20th. En Español
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Just as it announced a plan to cut 100 positions from its newsroom, The New York Times has sprouted a sapling in the Bay: the new Bay Area Blog. Launched yesterday, the blog serves as...
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Good etiquette, and higher police presence hope to curb Muni mishaps.
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SFMTA's recent sting operation is making money. But is it effective? BY HEATHER DUTHIE and JUSTIN JUUL
Duc Loi opens, a camera van, Mission Street Food, and beeping buses.