S.F. Muni paid bonuses tied to inflated on-time rate


Muni reportedly used accounting maneuvers to boost its on-time rate by 13 to 18 percent for more than a decade. Photo by Jason Henry/Bay Citizen

By Zusha Elinson, Bay Citizen

Muni paid thousands of dollars in bonuses to top executives for meeting or exceeding on-time performance goals, even as the agency inflated its on-time rates by as much as 18 percent.

The agency’s two previous chief executives, Michael Burns and Nathaniel Ford, received the bonuses. Both men have denied knowing about the on-time rate inflation.

Ed Reiskin, the current Muni chief, does not have any performance bonuses written into his contract.

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