On the agenda for San Francisco’s Land Use and Economic Development Committee this afternoon, a hearing to discuss the City’s plan “to ensure transit service keeps pace with current and future development.”
“In light of significant planned development, population growth, and job growth, as well as Muni’s current lack of sufficient, reliable service capacity,” the Mayor’s Office, Planning Department, Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA), Transportation Authority, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the Office of the Controller, and the Port of San Francisco will be asked to discuss “what increase in service levels are needed, how the increase will occur, and how it will be paid for on an ongoing basis to accommodate growth projections.”
We’ll let you know what the departments say.
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