Saturday, July 23, 2016

SF BART: Got bond questions? Join a telephone town hall

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After 44 years of service, it’s time to repair and replace the parts of BART that keep you moving.  BART has placed a $3.5 billion general obligation bond on the November ballot to help pay for our system renewal needs, and we want to make sure you understand how the District proposes to rebuild and improve service.
To that end, we will be holding three different telephone town hall events: one for each county in the BART District. During these meetings, you’ll hear from BART’s General Manager and Board Directors, as well as input and questions from BART riders about why system reinvestment is so important.  This is your opportunity to add your voice to the mix, and to hear about what’s in BART's plan for you and your county. The town halls will take place at 6:30 pm on the following dates:
Alameda County | Wednesday, August 24th
San Francisco County | Thursday, September 15th
Contra Costa County | TBA
Register for the town hall by clicking here.  For the live webcast, click here.
Choose a date that represents your county and dial the toll-free number 1-877-353-4701 to listen and participate. For the Alameda town hall, there will be a Spanish simulcast available by dialing 1-855-312-2107, and for the San Francisco town hall, there will be a Chinese simulcast, also available by dialing 1-855-312-2107.


(Source: http://www.bart.gov/news/articles/2016/news20160722-1)

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