Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Attributes 50 Percent Decline in Muni Crashes to Cameras (SF Examiner)
  • More on the Muni Fast Pass Hike from City Insider
  • 15MPH Speed Limit Near SF Schools Could Happen by September (SF Examiner)
  • Man Injured in Bicycle Crash in Laguna Honda, Details Vague (SF Examiner)
  • SF, SJ, Sac, Fresno Mayors Pen Op-Ed, Make Case for High-Speed Rail (Sac Bee)
  • SF Gate: “Developers Plan to Make Treasure Island Special”
  • Trial Begins for Driver Who Killed Pedestrian After Argument in the Mission (SF Examiner)
  • Environmentalists Seek Speed Limits for Ships to Protect Whales (Bay Citizen, Mercury News)
  • CPMC Slams Ed Lee’s Demands for New Hospital, Claims They’re “Fiscally Impossible” (SF Gate)
  • Museum of Craft and Design Opts Not to Move to Mid-Market (City Insider)
  • Marin Bus Stops Getting Real-Time Transit Info Soon (Marin IJ)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    How about all streets within 500 ft of a school are by default bike blvds and we paint them and put speed bumps in asap. 15 mph is great and all, but with zero enforcement (let’s not kid ourselves about the sfpd) and roads designed for speeds much higher than 15 mph, it will be very difficult to have drivers actually go the speed limit.

  • Anonymous

    Ouch. That descent on Pacheco towards Dewey is sketchy enough in full daylight. High speed, twisty, then the road splits/etc…

  • Sean

    The West Marin Stage and Shuttles have the AVL installed already, just waiting on GGT…check marintransit.net for the lightweight site, the IJ article misquotes the address.