Today’s Headlines

  • Caltrain’s “Draconian Clipper Enforcement Leaves Riders Stranded” (SF Weekly)
  • Ed Lee Confirms He is Considering a Run for Mayor (BCN via Bay Citizen)
  • SFMTA Chief Ed Reiskin’s “Supporters Brim with Enthusiasm” (SF Examiner)
  • SFMTA Holding Meeting Tonight on N-Judah Rail Replacement Project (SF Exam)
  • SFMTA Looking to Add More Red-Light Cameras, Not Scale Back (KCBS)
  • “Slower High-Speed Rail” Urged by Bay Area Council (SF Gate)
  • John King Looks Back at SF’s 25-year-old Downtown Plan: “Foresight and Futility”
  • New Federal Building Plaza “a Lawless Haven” for the Homeless (SF Gate)
  • Taxi Council Recommends Dropping 5% Credit Card Fee (SF Examiner)
  • SFPark Begins Installing New Sensors Around San Francisco (SFPark)
  • HuffPo SF Writes About the City’s Plans for Bike Sharing
  • Bike Posters to Be Featured in Bus Shelters on Market Street (City Insider)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Charles_Siegel

    New Federal Building Plaza “a Lawless Haven” for the Homeless
    “”What you see there all day, 24/7, is people … people urinating on the walls…,”

    Nowadays, everyone is an architecture critic.  No one should be surprised that this bleak, uninviting space is abandoned by everyone except the homeless.  See my pictures at http://preservenet.blogspot.com/2008/08/thom-maynes-federal-building-in-san.html

  • Anonymous
  • mikesonn

    SFPark – Come to North Beach!!

  • Jon

    not surprising at all about the SF Fed Building plaza, nevermind that the federal building looks designed by a teabagger fully expressing their hatred of the american government

  • Masonic will be the death…

    SFMTA Looking to Add More Red-Light Cameras, Not Scale Back

    Cue Leland “Police State” Lee and watch him shine in is ongoing misguided, and abhorrent  defense of the most unsafe driver among us.

  • mikesonn

    Yee: [insert politically expedient position]

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