SUPERVISOR WIENER TO HOST PRESS CONFERENCE ANNOUNCING RELEASE OF LATE NIGHT TRANSPORTATION PLAN

Plan created by Late Night Transportation Task Force Plan makes recommendations on how to improve late night and early morning transportation in San Francisco and regionally, including expanding cross bay service through improved 24 hour bus lines and eventual 24 hour BART service

WHEN:           Monday, February 23rd, 12:45pm

WHERE:         San Francisco City Hall

                        Polk Street Steps

WHAT:           Supervisor Scott Wiener will be hosting a press conference, along with the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the Entertainment Commission, and the County Transportation Authority, to announce the release of the Late Night Transportation Plan, which contains recommendations on improving San Francisco’s late night and early morning transportation service. The Plan is the result of months of work by the Late Night Transportation Working Group that Supervisor Wiener convened via legislation to identify challenges and recommend solutions to improve service, accessibility, reliability, and safety for nightlife patrons, late night workers, and all residents. Supervisor Also appearing will be members form the working group, which included Muni, BART, SamTrans, CalTrain, and AC Transit, labor groups with employees who work late or early shifts, nightlife and culture advocates, the business community, and other stakeholders. After the press conference, there will be a hearing at the Land Use and Economic Development Committee where the Plan will be revealed in a presentation starting at 1:30 pm.

CONTACT:   Supervisor Scott Wiener, (415) 554-6968, scott.wiener@sfgov.org


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