POLL: Should Muni get 80 percent of San Francisco's parking revenue?

Voters will have a chance this November to decide whether to funnel more money into Muni and bestow more management powers to the agency that oversees the ailing transit system.

Under the proposal, Muni would receive an additional 40 percent of the parking revenue each year, for a total of 80 percent, which is expected to provide the system with at least an additional $26 million annually.

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