This afternoon the Board of Supervisors narrowly approved the Titan ad contract for MTA that will increase the amount of advertising in San Francisco and double the number of wrapped vehicles.
Our appreciation goes out to Supervisor Avalos for taking charge on this difficult issue. Thanks to Supervisors Campos, Kim, Mar, and Wiener, too for supporting our efforts to stop the spread of advertising in the public realm.
This vote was very close and without the careful attention of community groups – we would have lost the opportunity to see which Supervisors support selling advertising on public property.
Thank you to the Harvey Milk Democratic Club, Corbett Heights Neighbors, Glen Park Association, Mission Dolores Neighborhood Association, Mt. Olympus Neighbors Association, Presidio Heights Association of Neighbors, Russian Hill Neighbors Association, and Upper Noe Neighbors.
While MUNI has removed digital advertising from it’s contract – BART is now considering an amendment to add digital billboards to San Francisco stations.<br.
Tell BART to reject this deal – No Digital Billboards.