Your daily commute just got safer. Well, hopefully. The Office of Homeland Security just awarded the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) a crisp $7 million "to improve security and public safety on San Francisco's transit system," AKA Muni. Stemming from voter-approved state Proposition 1B way back in 2006, the windfall will, theoretically, go to help bettering such things as lighting, camera surveillance, and communication technology.

But knowing Muni, they'll just blow it all on baseball cards, gumdrops, and fancy accessories. Seeing as how public transit has been a bit dicey as of late, what safety features would you all like to see sharpened during your Muni commute?

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