Today’s Headlines

  • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Man on Masonic Avenue, Suspect Caught (ABC 7BCN via Mercury News)
  • Caltrain to Add More Bike Capacity (SF Examiner, SF Appeal)
  • SFMTA Saves $1 Million in Contract Negotiations with Electrical Workers Union (SF Examiner)
  • Golden Gate Bridge Sidewalk Closure Delayed for Two to Three Weeks (SF Examiner)
  • Muni Expects to Make Up LRV Driver Shortage by July (ABC 7)
  • BART, Caltrain on Alert After Feds Find Evidence Al-Qaida Targeted Trains (ABC 7)
  • Mayor Breaks Ground at Metreon Target, Swings at Redev. Agency Cuts (Bay Citizen, SF AppealCBS)
  • The Bay Citizen Does a Round-Up of SFPark
  • “Parking Gods” to be Quelled by SFPark’s Variable Parking Pricing (Bay Citizen)
  • New SFPD Chief Greg Suhr Wants Commanding Officers to Drive Hybrids (SF Appeal)
  • LaHood Proposals Get Stricter on Private Bus Companies (AP via SF Examiner)
  • Copenhagen Quietly Reclaims 2-3 Percent of Its Parking Spots Each Year (Copenhagenize)
  • peternatural

    The current design of Masonic says “Drive 50.”

  • Wow Masonic Street, nighttime, DUI, hit and run near Turk Street, death. Masonic is developing a very consistent narrative. My condolences to the family of the man killed.

  • SteveS

    The efforts to paint Target as a victory for redevelopment are so painful. The agency has watched the slow death of the site for a decade, then when Westfield and Target come in and invest to take advantage of the depressed price politicians try to claim it as a victory for planning.

  • SteveS

    The efforts to paint Target as a victory for redevelopment are so painful. The agency has watched the slow death of the site for a decade, then when Westfield and Target come in and invest to take advantage of the depressed price politicians try to claim it as a victory for planning.

  • SteveS

    The efforts to paint Target as a victory for redevelopment are so painful. The agency has watched the slow death of the site for a decade, then when Westfield and Target come in and invest to take advantage of the depressed price politicians try to claim it as a victory for planning.

  • Stuart Chuang Matthews

    Re: Masonic. When are we going to rise up en masse and say that enough is enough with these inhumane and deadly streets of ours?

  • Abe

    From the round-up of SFPark:

    “I think once the meter prices go up to $6, there is going to be critical mass of car drivers — can you imagine that?”

    I thought they already had that downtown every day from about 3pm until 6pm. Silly me.