MTA to host town hall meeting to discuss budget problems 

With the specter of an official fiscal emergency looming, the Municipal Transportation Agency has plenty to discuss over the next two months. On Wednesday, residents of The City will get a chance take part in the department’s budget-solving talks.

Faced with a $56.4 million budget shortfall for the upcoming fiscal year, the MTA, which operates Muni, has proposed adding 1,000 new parking meters, and increasing transit fares annually, two measures sure to generate plenty of feedback from the public.

On Wednesday, the MTA will offer up its headquarters on 1 South Van Ness Avenue for a town hall forum on the agency’s budget struggles. The meeting will last from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., and will take place on the second floor of the building.

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