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  2. City of San Francisco (train) - Wikipedia

    The City of San Francisco (TR 101-102) made its inaugural run between Chicago and Oakland/San Francisco on June 14, 1936 as streamline through service. It operated with a dedicated Pullman-built 11-car articulated lightweight streamline consist made up of a set of two 1,200 hp (890 kW) diesel-electric power unit cars (), a baggage-mail car, a baggage-dormitory-kitchen car, a diner-lounge car ...

  3. Portal:San Francisco Bay Area/Did you know/Archive

    section of the San Francisco Bay Area portal, as well as most of the DYK's which appeared on the front page of Wikipedia that are SFBA related. Instructions on how to add new articles to this list are here. Bold items were selected as DYK for the main page, but were not chosen for this portal. others may only have appeared at this portals DYK ...

  4. Government of San Francisco - Wikipedia

    It is the only consolidated city-county in California, and one of only thirteen charter counties of California. [1] The fiscal year 2019–20 city and county budget was approximately $12.3 billion. [2] Contents 1 Organization 1.1 Mayor 1.2 Board of Supervisors 1.3 Other elected officers 1.4 Departments and agencies 2 Finance 2.1 Taxes 2.2 Budget

  5. San Francisco Public Utilities Commission - Wikipedia

    The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission ( SFPUC) is a public agency of the City and County of San Francisco that provides water, wastewater, and electric power services to the city and an additional 1.9 million customers within three San Francisco Bay Area counties. [1] Contents 1 Functions 2 Historical origins 3 Structure and leadership

  6. San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency - Wikipedia

    The SFMTA oversees the management of streets and ground transportation in the City and County of San Francisco, delegating its authority to several divisions within the agency. These divisions are tasked with managing specific aspects of the city's transportation such as transit, street design, parking needs, taxis, and so on.

  7. San Francisco Police Department - Wikipedia

    The San Francisco Police Department ( SFPD) is the city police department of the City and County of San Francisco and for San Francisco International Airport in unincorporated San Mateo County. The department's motto is the same as that of the city and county: Oro en paz, fierro en guerra, Spanish for Gold in peace, iron in war .

  8. San Francisco Board of Supervisors - Wikipedia

    The current board president is Shamann Walton, who represents District 10. Walton is aligned with the progressive wing of the board, and was unanimously elected by his colleagues on the Board to succeed Norman Yee, whose term ended on January 8, 2021. How the Board of Supervisors should be elected has been a matter of contention in recent San ...