Today’s Headlines

  • Controller’s Report Claims SF Streets and Sidewalks are Getting Cleaner (City Insider)
  • SFMTA Committee Approves Parklets in Noe Valley and North Beach (SF Examiner)
  • Transbay Blog Urges a Vote for Bert Hill and Robert Raburn For BART Board
  • Plan to Give SFMTA World Series Tickets to Executive Staff Nixed (City Insider)
  • Rangers’ Home, Arlington, “Largest U.S. City Without Public Transit” (SF Weekly)
  • Bay Area Winning Another Showdown Against Texas: The Fight Over Prop 23 (Andrew Ross)
  • Seattle Times: “Politics, Friction Reshape Influential Cascade Bicycle Club”
  • Portland Study: Separated Bikeways Improve Air Quality for Bicyclists (Bike Portland)
  • “Eye on the Bay” Focuses on Bicycling, Features Velo Vogue, SFBC, Scraper Bike Movement (CBS5)
  • LA MTA Board Chooses Wilshire Route for Subway Extension (LAT)
  • Marin County Wins MTC Grant to Promote Safer Walking and Biking to School (Marin IJ)
  • Parking Lot Under Highway 101 in Santa Rosa Reopened (Press Democrat)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Madison doing the right thing.

  • My wife just told me she got a paper Muni M Fast Pass. I thought last month was the end of that. The lady at Walgreens told her they are doing them through March now. I thought only the Senior and Youth passes were going to stay paper until March.

  • I should specify, she got a paper November M Fast Pass.

  • Mario

    Only the paper A Fast Passes are being eliminated right now. M passes transition in April 2011.

  • Really? I thought it was both A and M. Interesting, thanks.

  • Senior and Youth Muni passes transition in January 2011. Very soon!

    To Muni’s eternal credit, after much begging and pleading, Clipper card reps came to the fall festival at my daughter’s school (on a Saturday) and took youth Clipper card applications from anyone who showed up with an ID.