POLL: Should Muni restore the 15-Third line?

Bayview residents will gather on Third Street this evening to protest the embattled T-Third metro line and demand that the 15-Third bus, which was canceled when the T-Third began operating seven days a week, be brought back.

During the last two weeks, residents who are members of the Association of Community Organization for Reform Now — a national advocacy group for low- and moderate-income families — collected hundreds of signatures against the T-Third, which will be presented to Mayor Gavin Newsom and Muni Executive Director Nathaniel Ford.

What do you think? Should Muni restore the 15-Third line?

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