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16 March 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Central Subway Update on KTVU News

Central Subway Program Director John Funghi was interviewed last week by Fox KTVU News reporter Claudine Wong for Bay Area People. Check out the segment in the video below, following the BART and Caltrain reports. For more information on the Central Subway Project, please see our website.  

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25 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

TBM Big Alma Launches, Commencing Construction of Second Central Subway Tunnel

Tunnel boring machine Big Alma, shown here on the right, began tunneling under 4th Street. On the left is the entrance to the parallel tunnel being built by TBM Mom Chung. There are now two 350-foot-long, 750-ton tunnel boring machines mining under 4th Street to construct the Central Subway’s pair of parallel tunnels. Our second […]

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10 May 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Mayor Lee visits tunnel launch site, meets tunneling machine Mom Chung

San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee takes a look at tunnel boring machine Mom Chung in the excavation under 4th Street where tunneling will begin. Yesterday, Mayor Edwin M. Lee paid a visit to the construction site where tunneling will begin and saw Mom Chung, the 350-foot-long tunnel boring machine currently being assembled underground. Speaking […]

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15 October 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Examiner editorial board: Central Subway will move San Francisco in the right direction

School kids, community members and the Central Subway team show their support for the T Third Line extension. San Francisco needs the Central Subway, said the San Francisco Examiner’s editorial board in a column published this weekend. With major federal funding for the project now approved, this essential public transit investment will “tie together some […]

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15 June 2012 ~ 0 Comments

SF Examiner on the Central Subway Project: It’s time to get onboard

The Central Subway will extend Muni’s T Third Line through central San Francisco. In today’s San Francisco Examiner, the editorial board strongly endorses the Central Subway project, saying the extension of the T Third Line through SoMa, Union Square and Chinatown “will be a major asset to San Francisco”: “It is time for everyone to […]

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29 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

SFMTA Board Chairman: Central Subway ‘a worthy and crucial investment’

Tom Nolan, chairman of the SFMTA Board of Directors, speaking at a Central Subway press conference in March. “A worthy and crucial investment in San Francisco’s transportation infrastructure.” That’s how Tom Nolan, chairman of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board of Directors, described the Central Subway in a recent editorial to the Wall […]

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16 March 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Mayor Lee, local leaders unveil decorative wrap at Chinatown Station site

Mayor Lee spoke about the benefits of the Central Subway today at a press conference in Chinatown. The Central Subway will improve public transportation in San Francisco, create thousands of jobs and enhance the quality of life of residents and visitors alike. That’s what Mayor Edwin M. Lee and other local leaders and community members […]

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13 January 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Synergy’s Op-Ed to the Examiner

The letter below was written by the President/Owner of Synergy, Javad Mirsaidi, and submitted to the San Francisco Examiner on October 25, 2011. Please click the thumbnail image below to view the PDF.

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13 September 2011 ~ 0 Comments

SF Voters Support the Central Subway

A new poll shows that a majority of San Francisco voters support the Central Subway.  The poll results are available below and the results were highlighted in the media by the SF Examiner, Majority of SF voters still back Central Subway, according to new poll. Central Subway Poll Results

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08 September 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Media Coverage about CS Progress

MTA director Ed Reiskin joined Central Subway Program Director John Funghi and Central Subway supporters, including David Nadelman, president of the Union Square Business District, and Jim Lazarus, senior vice president of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, to highlight progress made on the project and to announce $20 million in New Starts funds from the federal […]

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