SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco's long-delayed Central Subway project is in danger of running out of money, according to an independent federal monitor's report obtained by the San Francisco Examiner.
CENTRAL SUBWAY: The never ending project
The MTA could soon spend its last federal dollar on the $1.6 billion project. That means the city will need to come up with the rest of the money to pay for the project.
Trains were supposed to run to a new Chinatown Station in December 2018, but the monitor says that might not happen until mid-2020.
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