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SAN FRANCISCO—Mayor Edwin Lee and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has introduced a proposed $500-million general obligation bond for the November ballot that would go toward infrastructure projects aimed at significantly improving San Francisco’s transportation network—without raising property taxes. The bond would increase MUNI reliability and travel speed, upgrade transit stops and stations, improve pedestrian and bicycle safety and prepare for growth on the city’s busiest travel corridors.


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