by Carly Graf : sfexaminer – excerpt
Supervisors say cost overruns and delays could jeapordize future ballot revenue measures
Some San Francisco supervisors are worried that The City’s transit agency has lost the public’s trust.
They point to a City Controller’s audit of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, released in February, that concluded poor internal and inter-agency communication, inadequate project management processes and a lack of accountability or consistency has cost The City millions of dollars and nearly two years in capital project delays…
Both the reauthorization of Proposition K, a half-cent sales tax designed to fund transit-related capital projects, and a separate measure that would provide a stable source of funding for SFMTA’s operating budget are currently under consideration for the 2022 ballot…(more)