Tag Archives: public transportation

What would a San Francisco subway system look like? Maybe a little something like this…

I’m a big fan of Eric’s Transbay Blog. This Eric fellow never fails to impress. A recent post posed this question: if we had all the money in the world to spend on transit (and sometimes it seems like we … Continue reading

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We need more useful transit maps in the Bay Area. Here are a few.

Most transit maps of Bay Area and City transit systems suck. Some are misleading. It seems like everyone that moves to San Francisco checks out the Muni service map (warning, large GIF file) and responds with joy! “Wow, look at … Continue reading

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The City’s continuing support of MUNI is worse than no-bid Halliburton contracts in Iraq.

Surely, you’re familiar with no-bid contracts in Iraq. The United States federal government and its armed forces awarded numerous reconstruction and basic services contracts with no open competitive bidding processes during the early years of the Iraq War. The most … Continue reading

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