Salesforce Transit Center Streets Reopen This Week: House Maria Ayerdi Kaplan Built


Oakland News Now – Salesforce Transit Center is undergoing a retrofit and it to reopen on Wednesday of this week. Fremont Street has already opened as of today.

Over at Oakland News Now is a retrospective on what now former Transbay Joint Powers Authority Founder and Executive Director Maria Ayerdi Kaplan had to do to get what is now called Salesforce Transit Center developed. In particular, we have a segment on security at the facility. That is here at this link: Maria Ayerdi Kaplan and Salesforce Transit Center Security.

In this update, it appears that Ms. Ayerdi Kaplan may have been the victim of some undermining on the part of contractors for the Transbay Project. She is made to be the target of a new lawsuit against the Transbay Joint Powers Authority. Read about it, here.

Stay tuned.

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