Today’s Headlines

  • Protests in Oakland Over the Release of Ex-BART Cop (SF Exam, SF Gate)
  • Matier & Ross: BART Director James Fang’s Pal Gets Board’s Backing for Hotel
  • SF Examiner Editorial Blasts Muni Operators for Contract Rejection
  • Chuck Nevius: “Muni’s Broken But It’s Not Beyond Repair”
  • N-Judah Express Bus Service to Start Today (BCN via SF Examiner)
  • Man “Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries,” Hit by Driver in SoMa (SF Exam)
  • Pedestrian, Bicyclist Hurt by Drivers in Santa Rosa Crashes (Press Democrat)
  • Woman Struck by Cable Car at Broadway and Mason (ABC 7)
  • Powell Street Promenade Construction to Get Underway (SF Examiner)
  • SF Streets Bond Measure Moving Forward (KCBS Radio)
  • “Clustering of Pot Clubs” Gets SF Planning Commission’s Attention (City Insider)
  • CARB to Study San Bernardino Rail Yard Effects on Low-Income Communities (LAT)
  • The 500-mile long Bay Trail is “an Idea as Much as a Place” (SF Examiner)
  • Dressing for the Bike: No Need for a Shower or Change of Clothes (LA Times)
  • “Dump the Pump Day” is This Wednesday (NRDC Switchboard)
  • Landlord Triples Rent, Forcing SF Cyclery to Close Soon (Cole Valley Alley)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Alex

    Interesting that they’re running NX service, but why on earth are they using buses for it?  Get the high(er) capacity LRVs running NX so you can get as many people as to their destination as quickly as possible.  Use the buses for lower ridership local service.

  • mikesonn

    Logic =! SFMTA