Dispute Derails SF's Transbay Terminal Project

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The Salesforce Transbay Transit Center during construction in 2016. (Mark Andrew Boyer/KQED)

The future of San Francisco's new Transbay Transit Center and its $2.6 billion Caltrain extension are in question after a deal between developers and the city fell through. The city had planned to use a special tax district to help finance the project, but developers said the tax rate was too high. We get an update on the situation, and whether the project will be delayed by possible litigation.


Marisa Lagos, political reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

Ken Rich, director of development for the SF Mayor's Office of Economic and Workforce Development