Crews to Start Digging for SF's Central Subway

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Crews are set to begin digging for the 1.6-mile Central Subway in San Francisco that critics have called the world's shortest and most expensive subway line. The project awaits $942 million in federal dollars, money that Republicans in Congress are trying to withhold. We'll discuss the project and the coming traffic snarls.

Guests:

John Funghi, Central Subway senior program manager for the San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Agency

Will Reisman, transportation reporter for the San Francisco Examiner

Quentin Kopp, former chairman of the California High-Speed Rail Authority and a retired superior court judge

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