Today’s Headlines

  • SF Examiner Urges Approval of Fell and Oak Bikeways: “Cars-First Approach Cannot Be the Norm”
  • MTC Funding Could Revive Free Muni for Youth Plan (SFExam)
  • SF Police Have Used Clipper Card Data to Track Transit Riders’ Whereabouts (Bay Citizen)
  • More on Berkeley’s Successful First Sunday Streets (BerkeleysideEBBC)
  • Union Square Central Subway Station Approved by Supes Land Use Committee (SFAppeal)
  • SFMTA Director Ed Reiskin: Tow Lot Land Deal is “Far From a Fumble” (SFExam)
  • Richmond District Interviews D1 Supervisor Candidates on Geary BRT Project
  • Warriors SF Arena Plan Includes Ferry Landing, 50 Percent Open Space (CurbedSFSFExam)
  • Muni Diaries Offers Tips for Recovering Bikes Stolen Off Muni Busses
  • Santa Rosa Pedestrian Severely Injured by Car Driver in Crosswalk (PressDemoKTVU)
  • Contract Squabble Puts Marin Bus Service Deal in Jeopardy (MarinIJ)
  • Planners Make Progress on East Palo Alto Highway 101 Pedestrian/Bicycle Overpass

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

 

  • SteveS

    Scott Wiener is proposing reform of the CEQA appeals process: http://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2012/10/16/san-francisco-supervisor-proposes-ceqa.html

  • mikesonn

    SFGTV2 is carrying the Fell/Oak meeting.

  • mikesonn

    Approved.

    Taxi drivers can load/unload in the lanes rendering them useless like EMB & Market.