Today’s Headlines

  • Caltrain Board Meeting Today to Consider Delaying Cuts (SF Examiner)
  • SF Planning Commish to Vote on Treasure Island Development (SF Gate, SF Exam)
  • Transbay Blog: “Could Parking Policy Benefit From More Regional Oversight?”
  • Reducing Pedestrian Crashes Could Save SF A Lot of Money (SF Weekly)
  • Urban Farming “Ready to Take Root” in San Francisco (SF Examiner)
  • SMART Seeks Bonds to Work on San Rafael-Santa Rosa Line (Marin IJ)
  • Sidewalk Plaques to Commemorate Lost Landmarks of the Tenderloin (Beyond Chron)
  • Long Beach Set to Unveil Protected Bike Lanes This Weekend (Streetsblog LA)
  • 28 Day Streak of Rising Gas Prices Ends (Daily News via Sblog LA)
  • DC’s New Mayor Is Expanding the Bike-Share System His Predecessor Started (GGW)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Anonymous

    Is there any reason that Treasure Island should allow any type of motorized transport on it?

    No.

    This has been another edition of Simple Answers To Simple Questions.

  • Lionel

    Shmooth,

    Probably because the only non-waterborne way in and out of TI is a ten-lane freeway!

  • mikesonn

    West-span ped/bike access. Make the developers chip in.

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