Sunday, May 10, 2015

City makes parking policy "while no one is looking"

A reader sends this in:

Get the facts on all the transit issues and chime in with your comments. Watch the video: Policies for On-Street Parking Management: How SFMTA Created New Rules While No One was Looking.

Sign the petition to Restore Parking Oversight.

Last week the SFMTA Citizens Advisory Council reviewed this issue for the second time and is resending a strong recommendation to the SFMTA Board that they take this matter seriously. Your support and comments are the most effective way for you to get heard.

Please help spread the word by signing the petition and informing people about the unethical methods of the SFMTA. It is time to demand the Supervisors take action and provide the oversight needed.



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At 10:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since automobile use is such a large percentage of how trips are taken throughout the city, and especially the Bay Area, would it be too much to ask if at least ONE position on the MTA board be representative of the views of residents who own and use cars? One problem I see when watching the hearings is that cars are looked at as "the problem", while outside of bike usage, the board seems to offer few alternatives or solutions.

At 9:37 AM, Blogger Rob Anderson said...

Yes, actually running a transportation system often seems like a secondary consideration. The MTA's big move to deal with its ontime issue is to remove bus stops. Muni buses move a lot faster when they don't have to stop for those pesky passengers!


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