Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Officials, Electeds Celebrate Cable Cars’ Return (SF Gate)
  • 4,000 New Parking Meters May Be Installed in Mission, SoMa (SF Examiner)
  • Governor, Democrats Agree on New State Budget (SF Gate, Sac Bee, LAT)
  • Collision Between N-Judah Train, Dump Truck in Inner Sunset; No Injuries (SF Exam)
  • BIKE NOPA Interviews New SFMTA Project Manager for Masonic Avenue
  • AT&T to Propose Fewer Boxes on Sidewalks; Proposal Before BOS Today (CBS SF)
  • BART Sets a Ridership Record for the Pride Parade (SF Examiner)
  • Some Marin Landowners “Wary” of Plan to Deal with Rising Sea Levels (Marin IJ)
  • SMART Seeks Input on Santa Rosa Station (Press Democrat)
  • Appeals Court Says Calif. Can Continue Cap-and-Trade Plan (Sac Bee)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Happy about the 4000 new meters, but whatever happened to putting meters in GG park?

  • mikesonn

    Trader Joe’s coming to Nob Hill.

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/bottomline/detail?entry_id=91886

    I’d love to hear some comments on this.

  • ExasperatedSFcitizen

    Such a political hot potato, that. What a cash cow that could be. And not like this is how it works, but if anywhere needs an injection of cash for traffic enforcement it’s GG Park. It’s unbelievable how drivers treat MLK Drive like their own personal commute cut-through and endanger pedestrians who just want to visit the gardens or wherever.