Today’s Headlines

  • Really Mr. Mayor? Ed Lee says Muni is Fine and Not a Priority (Bay Citizen)
  • SFMTA to Adopt Several Traffic Calming Measures on Masonic Avenue (BIKE NOPA)
  • Court Dismisses Suit by AC Transit Riders Alleging Racial Bias in Transit Funding (SF Gate)
  • Calif. Moves to Snatch High-Speed Rail Funding Rejected by Florida (LA Times)
  • Mercury News Editorial Applauds Federal Funding for BART to San Jose
  • SF Arts Commission Launches New Round of Arts in Storefronts on Market (SF Gate)
  • 73-year-old SJ Woman Critical After Being Hit by Driver in Milpitas (Merc)
  • San Jose Police Go After Speeding Drivers in School Zones (Roadshow)
  • 10-year-old Boy Arrested for Driving Stolen Van in Sausalito (Marin IJ)
  • Petaluma Police: Collisions are at a 25 Year Low (Press Democrat)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Alex

    No mention of this:

    Hooray for crime on MUNI. I’m sure glad SFPD rides with us prols on a regular basis.

    Also: Who’da thunk that Mayor Rose Pak wouldn’t give a shit about MUNI? I, for one, am deeply shocked. Shocked, I say.

  • “Who’da thunk that Mayor Rose Pak wouldn’t give a shit about MUNI? I, for one, am deeply shocked. Shocked, I say.”


  • Alai

    So Ed Lee thinks America’s Cup a higher priority than Muni? Good god. A shame, too, since he seemed pretty decent.

  • Being a Wisconsinite, it’s killing me watching this union busting taking place. Then I read this and see that WI could lose federal transit dollars.

    -the Federal Transit Act “requires the continuation of any collective bargaining rights that were in place when the employer started receiving federal funds.”


Today’s Headlines

SFPD Arrests Aunt of Mi’yana Gregory, 2, for Child Endangerment After Leaving Her in Crosswalk (KTVU) SFMTA Board Approves Free Muni Passes for Special Education Students Ages 19 to 22 (SF Examiner) Newly-Completed McCoppin Hub Plaza Gets Photo Gallery to Display History as Transit Hub (M Local) People Behaving Badly: Sideshow Stops Traffic on Golden Gate […]

Today’s Headlines

California Air Board Adopts Low-Carbon Fuel Regulation (Sac Bee, SF Gate)  BART Director Proposes Fare Hike to SFO; Suburban Directors Blast Parking Rate Proposal (SF Gate) BART Workers Likely To Take Hits in Pay, Benefits (BCN via CBS5, Merc, KCBS) National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Execs To Probe BART Police (SF Gate) 3-year-old Girl […]

Today’s Headlines

Mayor Lee Says He Doesn’t Have a Position On Wiener’s Transit Funding Measure (SFBG) SF Weekly: “There is Scant Empirical, Historical, or Even Anecdotal Evidence” Behind Lee’s Strategy Locals Voice Gentrification Fears at Open House on Improving Mission Street (Mission Local) Former SFBC Director Dave Snyder: Leah Shahum Was a “Special Talent” From the Beginning (CalBike) More […]

Today’s Headlines

SF Supes Approve Hunter’s Point EIR After Marathon Meeting (BCN via ABC7, SF Curbed) Funding Concerns Won’t Delay Transbay Transit Center Project (SF Gate) Plan Revived to Transform Muni Bus Yard Into Housing Development (SF Examiner)  Auto Workers Plan to Sue NUMMI, Toyota Over East Bay Shutdown (ABC7) City Seeks Input on Where to Put […]

Today’s Headlines

75-year-old Woman Killed by Driver in East San Jose (Mercury News) Reward Offered in Hit-and-Run That Killed Donald Casper (SF Gate) City-Owned Asphalt Plant Sits Idle; Lack of $ for Street Repairs (SF Examiner) BART Protests Not Scaring Away Passengers at SF Stations (SF Examiner) Chronicle: “BART says Closing Stations Keeps Passengers Safe” Anonymous Planning […]

Todays Headlines

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