Thursday, January 26, 2017

Muni: Jobs program or transit agency?

A marquee sign at Muni bus stop on Mission Street is seen registering information, preventing riders from knowing the latest scheduled bus times. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)
SF Examiner

The SFMTA, aka "Muni," is apparently more of a jobs program than a transit agency. Even though it now has 6,263 employees, it can't maintain the NextBus system (SF board president calls for answers in Muni’s NextBus meltdown)

Those workers were apparently too busy getting art on Muni vehicles and collecting old pictures of the system---and blogging about that and the agency's lame "Peace Campaign."

The guy in charge of the system is sorry:

Last week, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Director of Transit Ed Reiskin[$305,000 a year] apologized for the NextBus outage during an SFMTA board meeting.

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