Today’s Headlines

  • Avalos Introduces Legislation to Allow Bikes in SF Office Buildings (SF Exam)
  • Chiu Wants App to Notify Drivers Their Cars Have Been Towed (SF Gate)
  • Supporters say Central Subway “Once-In-a-Generation Chance” (City Insider)
  • Bay Area Transit Leaders Urge Congress Not to Cut Transit Funding (SF Examiner)
  • More Coverage of Free Muni for Youth from SF Gate, SF Examiner
  • SFMTA Begins Repairing Muni Metro Cable Loop (BCN via SF Appeal)
  • Coco Times: “Downtown Plans in Orinda, Lafayette Spark Debate About Future”
  • Pedestrian Hurt at Same Santa Rosa Intersection Where Teen Was Killed (Press Democrat)
  • Sacramento County at Crossroads, Considers Smart Growth Measures (Sac Bee)
  • Golden Gate National Rec Area Begins Laying Out 20-Year Plan (Marin IJ)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Ignores signs, car gets towed, complains to paper, gets Sup to “make an app” to protect against laziness.

  • Susan

    Too bad Rachel Gordon did not include any of my remarks in her article about towing.  One thing that vexes us- Sunday Streets organizers- is that people sometimes tear down the No Parking signs as if this will simply make the area safe to park. We work hard to keep the signs up, re-post them regularly, etc. We really want people to understand the consequences of taking the signs down= more neighbors and visitors cars being towed.

  • mikesonn

    It’ll be nice when these become “regular” events so that real signs can be posted and people can plan on it well in advance.