Recent Streetsblog SF posts about Events

Today’s Headlines

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After 10 Years of Planning, New Rincon Park Moves Forward (Hoodline) Affordable Housing Plan Moves Forward in El Cerrito (East Bay Times) Toll Replacement Project on Golden Gate Bridge Moves Forward (Examiner) 4 Women Beat and Rob Another Woman on Muni Bus (SFist, Hoodline, SFGate) Woman Places Masturbating Man Under Citizen’s Arrest on BART (SFist, […]

Today’s Headlines

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SF Releases “High Injury Network” Map to Explain Vision Zero (Hoodline) Will New Legislation Stem Bike Theft by Targetting “Chop Shops” (SF Weekly) Stolen Google Bikes Litter Mountain View (SF Weekly) Median Home Prices in Bay Area Keep Rising (Examiner, SFGate) Poll: Californians Like Legislation, Projects, That Help Environment (SFGate) “The Mesmerizing Machine That Makes […]
It's signed! California's cap-and-trade law is officially extended through 2030. Photo: Melanie Curry/Streetsblog
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Governor Brown Signs Cap and Trade Extension

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With sunny San Francisco as a backdrop in the distance, at the same spot where Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed the original California Global Warming Solutions Act in 2006, today Governor Jerry Brown signed A.B. 398, which will extend California’s climate change policies into the next decade. Governor Brown was joined by Schwarzenegger and legislative leaders […]

Today’s Headlines

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Roger is taking a couple of days off. Absent any breaking news, expect just headlines and stories from SBCAL and SBUSA. Fillmore Transit Priority Project Promises Big Changes (Hoodline) $604 Million Better Market Street Project Also Clears Budget Hurdles (Examiner) Curbed Goes Underground to Tour the “Central Subway” Bay Area Still Adding Jobs Despite Job/Transit […]