Today’s Headlines

  • More on Muni’s Deepening Budget Woes and Cuts from SF Gate, SF Appeal, SF Examiner
  • KALW News: "Public Transportation on the Chopping Block"
  • 15-Year-Old Girl Dies After Being Hit by Driver in Santa Rosa Crosswalk (Press Democrat)
  • Man Recovering After Being Hit by Taxi Driver on Market Street (Mission Mission via SFist)
  • Bill to Give Incentives to Cities to Eliminate Free Parking Passes State Senate Committee (LAT)
  • Transbay Terminal Project to Get $400M in Stim Funds (SF Gate)
  • SF Supes Approve Property Assessment Funds to Pay for Union Square Cleanup (SF Exam)
  • New iPhone App Lets Muni Riders Track Their Trips (Muni Diaries)
  • Living in the O Gives Us a Brief History of Oakland Transit
  • Ray LaHood Rips Study That Says Cell Phone Laws Don’t Work (NPR)
  • Dear Sec. LaHood: Wouldn’t a National Traffic Hotline Lead to More Distracted Driving? (Directions)
  • LA City Council to Consider Bicyclists Bill of Rights (LAT)
  • Sonoma County to Use $73M Saved on 101 Widening to Widen Some More (Press Dem)

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Taxi Drivers Protest Outside City Hall But Strike “Fails to Materialize” (SF Gate, SF Examiner) SFMTA Declares First Week of Nx Judah Express Bus Pilot a Success (SF Appeal) Yee’s Protests of Ford’s Severance Contradicted by Past Votes to Raid Muni Funds (Bay Citizen) More on SFMTA Deputy Director Carter Rohan’s Resignation (SF Examiner) Man Killed […]

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Ray LaHood "Alarmed" by Lobbying Effort to Reframe Distracted Driving Debate (NYT) Temporary Transby Terminal Set to Open on August 7th (SF Gate, SF Business Times) Sen. Boxer Touts Doyle Drive Project as Jobs Booster in Campaign Event (SF Examiner, SF Gate) Jury Deliberations Delayed in Mehserle Trial (SF Gate) Calm Urged After Verdict (LAT) […]

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Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Man on Masonic Avenue, Suspect Caught (ABC 7, BCN via Mercury News) Caltrain to Add More Bike Capacity (SF Examiner, SF Appeal) SFMTA Saves $1 Million in Contract Negotiations with Electrical Workers Union (SF Examiner) Golden Gate Bridge Sidewalk Closure Delayed for Two to Three Weeks (SF Examiner) Muni Expects to Make Up […]

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Boy Stabbed on Muni Bus Afraid to Leave the Hospital But Condition Improving (SF Gate) Chronicle’s Open Forum Takes on Central Subway: Nat Ford Writes in Favor, Gerald Adams Against BIKE NOPA Examines SFgo Program, Which "May Encourage Faster, More Dangerous Driving" Labor Day Parking Ticket Catches a KCBS Reporter by Surprise (KCBS) Treasure Island’s […]

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CARB Approves Landmark SB375 Targets, New Renewable Energy Rule (SF Gate) Meg Whitman Says She’ll Vote Against Prop 23 But Would Have Vetoed AB32 (Merc, LAT) Ken Garcia: “New Fare System But Same Old Muni” (SF Examiner) Opponents Turn Out in Force to Testify Against CPMC Project (City Insider, Beyond Chron) SFMTA Installs Permanent Radar […]

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Muni Narrows Cause of N-Judah Derailment This Week to Rail Problem (SF Examiner) Young Girl Hit by Driver in South San Jose; Vague Details on Crash (BCN via Mercury News) MTC Awards $33 Million to Innovative Bay Area Transportation Projects (SF Gate) Despite Challenges, Ray LaHood Remains Upbeat in Interview with Sarah Goodyear (Grist) Audit […]