Nick Josefowitz

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BART’s aging infrastructure calls for upgrade, via Prop. RR

Crammed trains, warped tracks and crumbling tunnel walls are nearly certain in…

 

Joshua Arce, candidate for the District 9 seat on the Board of Supervisors Candidate Joshua Arce, speaks at a news conference about his plan for a new BART station at 30th and Mission streets on July 28. (Rachael Garner/Special to S.F. Examiner)

The underwhelming candidacy of Joshua Arce

The Realtors, Airbnb and sundry like-minded oligarchs who govern San Francisco through…

 

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Eisenhower’s parking policies no longer work for San Francisco

The last time San Francisco looked comprehensively at how it plans for…

 

Gov. Jerry Brown’s “by right development” process would prevent cities from micromanaging individual construction projects that already comply with existing city zoning and other development standards. (Courtesy photo)

How Sacramento can make San Francisco affordable again

San Francisco is too small to build or legislate its way out…

Gov. Jerry Brown’s “by right development” process would prevent cities from micromanaging individual construction projects that already comply with existing city zoning and other development standards. (Courtesy photo)
BART is expected to approved a bond measure for the November ballot that will help address ailing infrastructure issues, such as replacing escalators. (Cindy Chew/S.F. Examiner file photo)

BART set to place $3.5 billion bond on November ballot

Voters will soon likely have a say in addressing BART’s crumbling rails,…

BART is expected to approved a bond measure for the November ballot that will help address ailing infrastructure issues, such as replacing escalators. (Cindy Chew/S.F. Examiner file photo)
A proposed ordinance from Supervisor Scott Wiener would require a significant portion of the roof area on new buildings in San Francisco be used for solar power. (Mike Koozmin/2015 S.F. Examiner)

Leading the way on solar energy

In the war against climate change, no resource must go to waste.…

A proposed ordinance from Supervisor Scott Wiener would require a significant portion of the roof area on new buildings in San Francisco be used for solar power. (Mike Koozmin/2015 S.F. Examiner)
Just Transit SF is offering $200,000 in prize money to local innovators who have ways to improve upon environmental transportation in San Francisco. (Cindy Chew/S.F. Examiner 2005)

Transit ideas worth big bucks

From the “Google Bus” to Lyft, and from carsharing to NextMuni bus…

Just Transit SF is offering $200,000 in prize money to local innovators who have ways to improve upon environmental transportation in San Francisco. (Cindy Chew/S.F. Examiner 2005)
District 2 candidate Nick Josefewitz. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner File Photo)

Nick Josefowitz officially becomes BART director representing SF

New BART Director Nick Josefowitz was sworn in to office Thursday during…

District 2 candidate Nick Josefewitz. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner File Photo)
BART board member-elect Nick Josefowitz campaigned with the message of cleaning up the BART system.

How Mr. Clean upset San Francisco politics

Nick Josefowitz wasn't supposed to win elected office in a city full…

BART board member-elect Nick Josefowitz campaigned with the message of cleaning up the BART system.
Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner File PhotoNick Josefowitz was sworn in to office Thursday. He will be the BART director representing San Francisco District 8.

Josefowitz celebrates upset victory, vows to clean up BART

The day after his more than 7-point win in the BART board…

Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner File PhotoNick Josefowitz was sworn in to office Thursday. He will be the BART director representing San Francisco District 8.