Today’s Headlines

  • SF Examiner: Supes Shouldn’t Let Squabbling Kill Smart SFMTA Budget
  • SFMTA Seeking Bids for $210M Union Square Central Subway Station (SF Examiner)
  • Unregulated Corporate Shuttles Crowd Streets, Block Muni Stops (SFBG)
  • C.W. Nevius: Free Muni for Youth a “Noble Thought”, but Sets a Bad Precedent
  • SFBG: Where Would Jesus Park on Sundays?
  • Green Connections Survey Asks: “Where Do You Want to Walk?” (WalkSF)
  • SF Examiner: SFPark’s Demand-Based Parking Pricing Make Sense
  • BART Agent Could Lose Job for Giving Discarded Tickets to Needy Teen (SFGate)
  • BART Handing Out 5,000 Free Tickets Today at Blue Sky Festival (ABC 7)
  • 78-Year-Old Driver Hits GG Transit Bus on Mission and Fifth Streets (BCN via SF Appeal)
  • Some SFGate Column Readers Think Stop Signs Should be Yield Signs for Bicycle Riders
  • Walnut Creek Police Blame 12-Year-Old Girl on Bike Hit by Driver in Crosswalk (CoCo Times)
  • CAHSRA Chair: Funding Uncertainty Normal for Transpo Projects (Sac BeeAP via CoCo Times)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill