Weekend Photos: Spring Has Sprung

Where Are We Going?
Photo by shandopics

We’re in disbelief. A lot of stuff going on right now that leaves us overwhelmed. For one, the clouds and rain have finally lifted, and the sunshine and warmth are pouring in. The SF Giants season is officially under way (never mind last night’s final exhibition game opening night loss to the Dodgers). And, finally, Muni Diaries will be celebrating three years online this Sunday. Yeah, we can’t believe it either.

And a couple more things we can’t believe … well, you know about that already, right? Yeah, you shouldn’t believe them either, because they’re not true.

And so here you go, a no joke roundup of this week’s Muni news:

  • Nat Ford Under Fire for Absences and Muni’s Many Woes (The Bay Citizen)
  • Area transit agencies are going the wrong way on a one-way track (SF Examiner)
  • Man vs. Muni: SF reporter out for revenge takes on 24-Divisadero (SF Examiner)
  • Woman fights off attacker on Muni, keeps her purse (SF Examiner)
  • Central Subway design in San Francisco deemed inefficient, unsafe (SF Examiner)
  • Muni looks to improve J-Church service with evenly timed trains (SF Examiner)
  • J-Church, 14-Mission Reliability Improving But Riders Aren’t Seeing It (Streetsblog SF)
  • Exclusive Narrated Streetcar Tour May 22 (Market Street Railway)
  • Clipper Card Query: Will Failing to Tag Your Monthly Pass Get You Dinged? (SF Weekly)
  • Muni chief Nat Ford’s job status still a matter of speculation (SFGate)
  • SF Seeks Feedback On America’s Cup Transportation Plan (BCN via SF Appeal)
  • America’s Cup Plan Includes E-line Service, Mentions Fort Mason Extension (Market Street Railway)

Enjoy these photos and your weekend. Don’t let a little rain shower get you down. See you next week, as we kick off Year 4 of Muni Diaries!


Photo by jb_brooke

1061 in the sun
Photo by Telstar Logistics

Twin Cities and Chicago
Photo by franciscophile

in-a-tight-spot
Photo by j@ys0n

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