Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Once Again On Pace to Exceed Overtime Levels (SF Examiner)
  • SF Examiner Picks Up the “Traffic Nightmare” Narrative on the Fell and Oak Bikeway
  • “Why Central Subway Funds Are Used for Housing” (SFGate)
  • Construction Continues on J-Church Tracks (SF Examiner)
  • Seven Hospitalized in Multi-Vehicle Crash at 19th Ave./Junipero Serra (Mercury News)
  • Caltrain Delayed By Debris Fire Near Tracks (SF Examiner)
  • SMART Says Repeal Measure Must Go Through Rail Agency (Marin IJ, Press Democrat)
  • Feelings Still Raw in East Palo Alto Two Weeks After Girl Killed in Crosswalk (Mercury News)
  • Alameda County Holds Workshops to Plan Transpo Sales Tax Ballot Measure (CoCo Times)
  • Giant Bicycles Spoofs GM’s “Reality Sucks” Ad (Cyclelicious)
  • Buses Serving Amtrak Commuters After Crash (BCN via Examiner)
  • Here’s One We Haven’t Heard Before: Bikes Are Too Noisy (WPIX)
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill
  • mikesonn

    I’m sitting in Venice, haven’t seen a car in 3 days. Do I have to come back to SF and all it’s car-BS? Fighting over 3 lanes down to 2? What a sad sad joke.

    There is a world beyond the windshield that most Americans will never know.

  • dude, put down the computer

  • You have some extraordinary NIMBYs in San Francisco.

    “It doesn’t make sense to put bikes and cars next to each other when the speed difference between them is so significant.”

    Actually, the speed differential between cars and bikes is one of the primary reasons why you want to build protected lanes.

  • mikesonn

    Yeah. Wife had too many vinos and passed out. I’m bored and now remembering why I am enjoying this vacation so much.

  •  We need to send Rob Anderson, Joel Panzer, and Martin Engel out to NYC for NIMBY-WARS in Prospect Park.