Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday tonight! San Francisco Bicycle Advisory Committee. The committee meets to consider bicycle transportation projects and policies to make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors, the Municipal Transportation Agency, the County Transportation Authority, the San Francisco Police Department, and other City and County of San Francisco agencies. Mon., tonight! May […]
Minor BART Derailment Saturday (EastBayTimes, SFBay) Salesforce Tower from Everywhere (SFChron) Alamo Square Park Renovation (Hoodline) Naming New Parks After Community Leaders (SFExaminer) Story Behind the Carolina Steps of Potrero (SFChron) Uber Drivers See Lower Fares than Riders (SFExaminer) Sutro Baths and the Geary Corridor Walk Tour (SFExaminer) Locals Say No to Mission Bay Housing […]
Given the high-profile location, the number of victims, and recent instances of people using vehicles to kill for ideology, it's understandable that yesterday's crash drew so much attention. But it's important to recognize that as terrible as the Times Square carnage was for a single incident, the same human toll occurs on a daily basis on NYC streets -- it's just dispersed across the city.
Move to Hike Fines for Dolores Park Littering (SFBay, CBSLocal, Kron4) No Enforcement of Litter Laws in Dolores Park (SFChron) Caltrain Fares to Rise (DailyJournal) Future Next Bus Features (Hoodline) Shadows of the SF Housing Crisis (SFChron) Piazza Angelo Courtyard Opens (SFist) Plans for Civic Center Commons (Hoodline) Tree Maintenance Soon to Revert to City (Hoodline) […]
Robert Clark’s son Gashaw, 25, died in a bike crash three weeks ago. Gashaw was riding through the large intersection at Third Street and Mission Bay Boulevard, when he collided with a car. “There were over 600 people at his memorial,” said Clark, fighting through tears as he spoke to about 40 people in the […]