Today’s Headlines

  • Joshua Calder Scheduled to Appear in Court This Week in Cyclist’s Death (SF Examiner)
  • Fix Masonic Group Demands Interim Traffic Calming Measures on Masonic Avenue (BIKE NOPA)
  • Calif. High-Speed Rail Line Would Roll Through Madera, Fresno, Hanford and Corcoran (Fresno Bee)
  • Mission Loc@l: Muni Jobs Training Program “Failed for Many of the Temporary Workers”
  • Ken Garcia’s Rant on Congestion Pricing (SF Examiner)
  • More Drivers Arrested for DUI Over Thanksgiving Weekend (SF Gate)
  • John King Writes About Proposed Historic District in SoMa (SF Gate)
  • Muni to Offer $2 All-Day Rides on Sundays in Dec. to Encourage Shoppers to Take Transit (SF Examiner)
  • SFMTA is Also Offering Free Parking for Carpooling (Akit’s Complaint Dept.)
  • BART GM Dorothy Dugger Interviewed on KCBS’ In-Depth Program

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • The Masonic group sounds like a legit neighborhood sick of being abused by speeding traffic. Hopefully they are able to calm that street down and make it more residential. More power to them.

  • I dunno – offering free parking but only if you have 3 or 4 people in your car, might just not be that bad a thing….

  • Nick

    Re: Bike Nopa article

    Would a trial of safe hit posts along the median work to calm traffic? It seems there are periods in the traffic timing where only southbound traffic is flowing for 30 or 40 seconds and people feel they can gun it.