San Francisco proposes $25B in capital projects over 10 years

03/7/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco's latest capital plan recommends spending $25 billion on capital projects over the next 10 years. The plan, which is expected to create 223,000 new jobs, includes waterfront redevelopment; rehabilitation of the city's water and sewer systems; and completion of the Transbay Center, Central Subway and San Francisco General Hospital's acute care wing among other projects. However, "aligning the city's capital budget with the plan's recommendations will require more creativity and strategic thinking around potential revenue sources."

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