Today’s Headlines

  • Cristina Rubke Nominated to Replace Bruce Oka on SFMTA Board (SF Weekly)
  • Van Ness BRT Proposal a Combination of Two Alternatives (SF Examiner)
  • Ed Reiskin: Sunday Metering is About Turnover, Not Revenue (SF Examiner)
  • Do San Franciscans Value Car Parking More Than Open Sidewalks? (San Franciscoize)
  • Muni Diaries Spies New Queue Stickers for Muni Buses
  • BART Agent Fired for Giving Unused Tickets to Needy Student (SFGate, CBS 5)
  • Roadshow: HOV and Toll Lanes the Answer to Highway Congestion (Mercury News)
  • Elderly Antioch Pedestrian Struck by Car Driver, Critically Injured (CoCo Times)
  • Antioch Police Seeking Driver Involved in Cyclist Hit-and-Run (CoCo Times)
  • East Bay Express Releases Annual Bike Issue

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Digging San Franciscoize. Well done!

  • Caltrain JPB Agenda for tomorrow.

    http://www.caltrain.com/Assets/__Agendas+and+Minutes/JPB/Board+of+Directors/Agendas/05-03-12+JPB+Agenda+Packet.pdf

    Possible Additional Service/Other includes a preliminary projection of $375,000 for an
    additional 6 trains effective September 1, 2012

    This would be *sweet*. I am guessing 2 RTs added to traditional peak and 1 for reverse peak. The trains are getting really full not to mention it adds even more choices and frequency. And a lot of extra bike capacity to rush hour.

  • Shmoozilla2000

    Too bad the mayor didn’t nominate a disabled person with knowledge of transit policy. There are a lot of committed advocates it San Francisco but they wouldn’t have been a rubber stamp for Lee.

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