Report: S.F. Bay area public transit needs $1B annually

05/4/2010 | Times-Herald (Vallejo, Calif.)

Public transportation in the San Francisco Bay area requires about $1 billion a year for 25 years to continue, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's 2009 annual report. High unemployment has meant fewer commuters, and operational costs have mushroomed 52% since 1997. The Bay Area has 28 separate transit agencies, including BART and AC Transit.

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Times-Herald (Vallejo, Calif.)

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