Today’s Headlines

  • Caltrain Board Puts Off Vote on Cuts for Two Weeks (SF Gate, SF Examiner)
  • How Do We Save Caltrain for the Long Term? (SPUR Blog)
  • Chronicle Previews Today’s Ped Safety Hearing at SF City Hall (SF Gate)
  • Examiner Editorial Criticizes Muni PR Contract as Useless Waste of Money
  • TEP Implementation Will take 9 Years and Cost $170 Million (SF Gate)
  • SF Bay Guardian: “Will Muni Youth Passes Be Saved?”
  • SFMTA says Crime is Down on Muni — By 57 Percent in Some Districts (SF Examiner)
  • SFPark’s Expanded Parking Meter Trial Launches in the Marina (City Insider)
  • SF Planning Commish Votes Against 1-to-1 Parking for Dolores/Market Project (City Insider)
  • GG Bridge District’s Dave Snyder: If We Raise Fares, Let’s Also Raise Tolls (Marin IJ)
  • Industrial Park Sues Over BART Project to Silicon Valley (Mercury News)
  • Bicycle Coffee Company Sees Growing Demand; Spreads to 200 Businesses (WSJ)
  • The Bicycle Can Be “the Coolest Part of Your Disaster Kit” (Bay Bikers)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Anonymous

    GGB District’s telling stat:

    “The district expects to lose 1.8 percent of riders with the increases.”

    How is that good policy?