Today’s Headlines

  • David Chiu Calls for More Trials to Reduce Private Autos on Market (SF Gate)
  • BART Tried to Organize Riders Against Protest (Bay Citizen)
  • East Bay Ferries to Get Clipper Card Machines (SF Gate)
  • NTSB Recommends Banning Cell Phone Use for All Commercial Drivers (NYT)
  • Emily Dunn’s Family to File a Claim Against Muni This Week (SF Examiner)
  • Investors Looking to Bring Light-Rail to Napa Valley (Napa Register)
  • Three Brothers to Walk the Ca. High-Speed Rail Route (GOOD)
  • Mission Loc@l: “Students Crowd Muni, Riders Roll With It”
  • Heart of City Farmers Market Celebrates 30 Years Today (Beyond Chron)
  • 112 Years Ago This Week: First U.S. Pedestrian Killed by Driver in NY (Wired)
  • Bill Fulton Reflects on This Year’s Ca. American Planning Assoc. Conference (CP&DR)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

 

  • mikesonn

    This is exactly what I want to see out of David Chiu. He is the Pres of BoS and should be initializing a lot of the things he says he’ll do if elected mayor. No reason to wait!

  • icarus12

    So glad to hear that SFUSD is gradually turning over its transportation of general population students to MUNI.  This is exactly what is needed.  No costly yellow school buses and duplication of transit services.  More of the money in the classroom.  Sharing the bus with others, non-students, should make the ride to school safer, too, for kids who’ve been picked on in the past.  This sort of inter-generational mixing is exactly what we need. The kids really are all right.