Today’s Headlines

  • Inbound Muni Metro Service Shut Down Due to Cable Problem (SF Examiner)
  • Pedestrian in Critical Condition Following Oakland Hit-and-Run (SF Gate)
  • Some Analysis from Transbay Blog on SB375 Targets Adopted by CARB
  • NRDC Blog: “The Importance of Transit Context and Design”
  • SFDPW Challenged to Keep the Streets of SF Clean (SF Examiner)
  • Assemblymember Tom Ammiano Weighs in on Efforts to Fix Masonic Avenue (BIKE NOPA)
  • GHSA Rejects Proposal to Encourage Total Ban on Cell Use While Driving (WaPo)
  • Police Plan Driving Enforcement Stings Near Bay Area Schools This Week (Merc)
  • LA Activist Helps Lead the Grassroots Fight Against Prop. 23 (LAT)
  • An Amusing Look at Car Commercials from the Original Streetsblogger (Naparstek Post)
  • LA, Beijing to Form Partnership for Ideas on “Solving Traffic” (AP)
  • Today’s the Third Consecutive Spare the Air Day (CBS5)
  • Re: SFDPW – Several concerned North Beach citizens are working with DPW to clean up the neighborhood on Oct 16th. Other parts of the city should look to Polk Street and the great work they have done in that area. Hopefully our North Beach clean up will become a regular event much like Polk St.

    http://www.cleanupnorthbeach.com/