District 10 supervisor candidates answer "How to fix Muni?"

Over at Muni Diaries today, Eugenia wrote a compelling article that includes videos we shot at the San Francisco Young Democrats' District 10 supervisoral candidates' forum last week.

The subject? How will those running to become the next District 10 supervisor change policy about Muni?

I asked several of the candidates to answer on-video "What is wrong with Muni, and how would you fix it as supervisor?"

The first candidate we spoke to was Steve Moss. Here is his response:

From Muni Diaries:

Muni’s problems go beyond late buses and smelly passengers — recent crimes on Muni are just another example of the issues that face our public transit system. So, how do we fix it?

Yesterday we gave you a peek of what some of the candidates for District 10 supervisor say about fixing Muni’s ails. Today we bring you more video interviews from Chris Rogers at the San Francisco Young Democrats Supervisor candidates forum last week, where he asked the candidates: What’s wrong with Muni and how would you fix it?

Click here to read the rest of the thought-provoking post.

What do you think? How would you answer "What is wrong with Muni and how would you fix it?"

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