Today’s Headlines

  • Coverage of New Bay Bridge Tolls Focuses on Drivers "Who Slowed to Save a Buck" (Merc, The Snitch)
  • UC Berkeley Study Questions Ridership Forecast Model for Ca. High-Speed Rail (SF Gate, LAT, Merc)
  • Caltrain Cutting Its Holiday Train (Daily Journal
  • Uncivil Noe Valley Minority Disrupts Pavement to Parks Meeting (Noe Valley SF via SFist
  • Maldonado Campaign Accuses Newsom of Being "A Green Hypocrite" (City Insider, SF Examiner)
  • Portion of The Wiggle Getting a Much Needed Repaving (BIKE NOPA)
  • Elsbernd, SPUR Muni Measure Gets Twice as Many Sigs Needed for Ballot (SF Gate, SF Examiner)
  • Jury in Mehserle Trial Could Start Deliberations by This Afternoon (SF Gate
  • Tom Vanderbilt: "Should We Build More Bicycle Highways?" (Slate
  • Predicting Traffic Caused By Development: Not Just a Pseudoscience
    Anymore (Switchboard)
  • Bill Clinton’s Down With BRT and ITDP (Transpo
    Nation
    )

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More on Caltrain’s Dire Financial Woes (CoCo Times, KALW, NBC, SF Gate) No, You Can’t Use Translink on SF’s Cable Cars (SF Appeal) SF Examiner: "Noe Valley ‘Village Hub’ Remains Up in the Air"  Montgomery St. Muni Station Getting An Upgrade (SF Exam) Chronicle Editorial: Don’t Rename 3rd Street "Willie Brown Blvd" Using a Giant […]

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MTC Proposes Raising Bridge Tolls in 2010 (Examiner) Silicon Valley Shuttles Upsetting Noe Valley Residents (Examiner) 2-Time Cable Car Bell Ringing Champion Oats Wins Again (SF Gate) San Jose City Council Won’t Give Up Car Allowance (Merc) Novato Considers Intersection Improvements After Death of 9-Year Old (Marin IJ) SamTrans Considers Service and Employee Cuts (SM […]

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Bay Bridge Construction May Stay 15 Months Behind Schedule (SF Gate) (KCBS) Excellent Story on the Troubles With Improving SF’s Mid-Market Street (SF Appeal) Treasure Island Development Will Be Smaller Than Anticipated (Examiner) $27B Infrastructure Bond Won’t Go Far Enough to Meet Need (Examiner) Prop 1A Rail Funds Could Go to Local Operators (Examiner) SF […]

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SFMTA Chief Nat Ford Leading Candidate for D.C. Airports Job (SF Gate, WaPo) The Future of BART’s General Manager, Dorothy Dugger, Remains Uncertain (Mercury News) New BART West Dublin-Pleasanton Station Opens (KTVU) Bay Area Transit Agencies Could Save Money by Merging Administrative Costs (SF Examiner) At Public Hearing, Riders Urge Caltrain Not to Close Stations […]

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AC Transit Service Should Return to Normal Today Following Judge’s Ruling (SF Gate, CBS5) SF Supes to Consider Legislation to Toughen Penalities for Muni Crimes (SF Examiner, City Insider) Board Will Also Vote on Lease of Two Hayes Valley Parcels for "Proxy" Project (SF Gate) SFPD Looking for Driver Who Killed Man in Hit-and-Run in […]