Why is the SFMTA Building the Central Subway When It Can’t Even Run the Buses It Already Has?

Even if we were going to get the useless Central Subway for free, it still wouldn’t be worth it because we’re going to have to pay eight figures a year to operate it.

That money is going to have to come from existing operations, like, I don’t know, the #5 Fulton, which turns away passengers on a daily basis in the Western Addition.

No room for you, potential passengers:

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This happens every day.

Of course, another bus will come by soon but it too will be full of the other people who’ve been passed by.

Is this how you roll, MUNI, passing people by with full buses every day?

 

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One Response to “Why is the SFMTA Building the Central Subway When It Can’t Even Run the Buses It Already Has?”

  1. George says:

    Especially when they eliminate bus stops!

    But, hey, everybody supports it…even Leland Yee, and he should know!

    Are you doubting authority?

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