Last week, the Board of Public Works voted to approve the Sidewalk Transit and Amenities Program (STAP) revised contract with Tranzito-Vector, which proposes to put some 3,000 new bus shelters with 1,900 digital advertising screens in our neighborhoods.
The Council's review process is quickly moving forward. City Council will hold a joint meeting of the Public Works & Finance Committees to consider the contract on Wednesday, August 24, at 2:15 pm.
The city deserves better than this contract. We need to put a stop to it before it's too late.
TAKE ACTION NOW.
We need your help to urge city officials to halt the approval of this contract. It fails to meet the needs of transit riders, it's fundamentally flawed, and it puts our safety in jeopardy.
Simply use this form to send a message to City Council and the Mayor demanding that they stop the STAP contract to address our concerns.
And spread the word! Let's flood their inboxes with messages telling them that we don't want more ads in our neighborhoods.
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