Weekend Photos: Streetcars Without Names
Photo by mtarlock
A quick reminder that this will be a three-day weekend for many of you (Presidents’ Day is Monday), and BART will be running on a Saturday schedule on Monday, as will Muni. Muni will also be affected by Saturday’s Chinese New Year Parade.
And if you’re looking for things to do this weekend, join the folks who run the The Tender for another installment of Tender Nights, the post-Valentine’s Day edition. Tomorrow night at 6 at Koko Cocktails. Anything else fun going on you want to share with fellow Muni riders? Do so in the comments here or on the Muni Diaries Facebook page (“like” us while you’re there, please).
And now for a rather hefty helping of the week’s Muni news:
- Police Have No Suspects in Last Weekend’s Powell Station Pepper Spraying that Injured Eight (SF Appeal)
- A storm of factors cause Muni vehicles to miss the mark (SF Examiner)
- Obama delivers possible good news for Muni (City Insider)
- Free and discounted Muni passes for low-income students moves forward (City Insider)
- Board of Supervisors Passes Resolution Urging Free Lifeline Youth Passes (Streetsblog SF)
- Muni fare inspector attacked last week in the line of duty (SF Examiner)
- Central Subway Station Could Be a Long Trek for Disabled Passengers (SF Weekly)
- Muni faces $1.6 billion deficit over 20 years (SFGate)
- SFMTA Considers Five Plans to Combat Impending Billion Dollar Deficit (BCN via SF Appeal)
- New SF Mayor: Muni Not a Priority (Bay Citizen) WTF?
- Man in critical condition after being stabbed on Muni (SF Examiner) (BCN via SF Appeal) (Friday update from SF Appeal)
- West Dublin/Pleasanton BART Station set to open tomorrow (BART blog)
- Teenager beats police officer on Muni bus (SF Examiner)
Enjoy the photos and your weekend!
Photo by Jeremy Brooks
Photo by Troy Holden
Photo by Peter_Hansen
Photo by librarygroover