Billboards on MUNI
The Board of Supervisors Budget & Finance Committee moved the MUNI ad contract with Titan forward despite dissent from Supervisors Avalos, Mar and concerns from Wiener that, this sell out contract is “the lazy way out” “won’t help stabilize the financial situation” and “hurts MUNI”. Big thanks to Supervisors Avalos and Mar for protecting our public property from unnecessary ad creep.
Tell City Hall – No New Billboards.
Billboards on BART
Titan strikes again as they seek to expand their digital advertising network to BART platforms adding more than a dozen new digital billboards to downtown stations – Embarcadero, Montgomery, and Powell.
Tell BART to reject this deal – No Digital Billboards.
Illegal Billboards in our Neighborhoods
Until very recently up to 46% of billboards in San Francisco were illegal. Contest Promotions, illegal billboard operator, is known from Coast to Coast for breaking the rules, getting caught, and suing in response. This is exactly what they did in San Francisco in 2009. Now, an almost inconceivable settlement deal is on the table – one that lets these illegal operators off the hook for their penalties and fines AND grants them 37 new legal billboards. Is this how we treat scofflaws in San Francisco?
The Board of Supervisors will vote on Tuesday, June 3 at 2PM – Room 250
Tell the Board of Supervisors to reject this deal and make the City Attorney uphold our laws. No New Billboards means no new billboards.