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Drivers, riders march to protest Muni cuts
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco Muni drivers marched alongside riders late Monday to protest the latest round of cuts.
They walked up Market Street toward City Hall on the sidewalk and without causing any traffic issues.
Muni leaders voted last week to cut service on some routes, raise fast pass prices, and slash more than 200 jobs to close a $12 million budget gap.
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