Today’s Headlines

  • Muni On-Time Performance Rate Improved Slightly in September (SFExam)
  • SF Planning Commission Approves Transbay Transit Center Tower (SFExam, SFGate)
  • Ball Gets Rolling on Haight-Ashbury Street Improvement Planning Meetings (Uppercasing)
  • With Parking Removal for Fell/Oak Bikeways, Haighteration Asks: Do We Need More RPP?
  • Scooter Driver Injured in Car Crash at 16th and Capp Streets (Mission Local)
  • Priceonomics Creates “Stolen Bike Finder” Search Engine (Uptown Almanac)
  • Vancouver Study: Protected Bike Lanes Reduce Injuries (The Province)
  • Atherton Mayor: Deadly, Community-Splitting El Camino Real Must Be Fixed (Peninsula Transpo)
  • Bakersfield: “To Sue or Not to Sue” Over CAHSR? (KGETBakersfield Now)
  • Sacramento Railyards Poised for Rebirth (NRDC Switchboard)
  • San Mateo Bridge to Be Closed Next Two Weekends for Repairs (SFGate)
  • Governor Brown Approves Meager Transit Commuter Benefit (Greater Marin)
  • Copenhagen Company Pitches Cheaper, “Modular” Raised Bike Lanes (GJEL)

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Supes Propose Regulations for Private Shuttle Use of Muni Stops (SFExam) SFMTA Changes Muni 37-Corbett Outbound Route as Part of TEP D1 Supe Candidates Voice Positions on Sunday Parking Meters (RichmondSF) More on the Fell/Oak Bikeway Hearing at the SFMTA Board (SF Weekly) SFExam Urges Planning Commission to Approve Transbay Center Tower SamTrans “Years Behind” Peers in Providing Real-Time […]

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BART Trains Meet Cleanliness Goals for First Time in 15 Years (SFExam) Streamlined Central Subway Contracts to Speed Construction, Lower Costs (CSBlog, City Insider, SFExam) Stricter Protections Considered in Response to Clipper Data Privacy Concerns (SFExam, KQED) Muni, BART to Run Extra Buses, Trains for World Series Games (KRON, BART.gov) SF Cyclists Express Their Giants Team Sprit (RideABike, MissionMission) […]

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BART Ridership Only Expected to Grow: We’ll Need More Trains, and Maybe Another Tube (SFExam) Red Transit Lane Painting on Church St. Scheduled This Weekend, But Will Probably Be Rained Out Judge to Rule on CA HSR Lawsuits Today, Could Impose Injunction (AP) Planning Commission Approves (SFGate) Or Rejects (SFExam) Cap on Tiny Apartments (Not Sure) It’s the Fourth DUI […]

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Central Subway to Receive $942M Federal Grant (SFExam) Lawsuit Filed Against Central Subway Union Square Station Entrance (SFGate) SF Planning to Consider Effects of Transbay Transit Center Shadows on City Parks (Curbed) Panhandle Pedestrian Path Repairs Underway (PanhandlePark) Muni Bus Hits F-Line Streetcar Causing Damage, No Injuries (SFWeekly, SFist) SFBC Reports on Last Weekend’s Embarcadero Bikeway and Wayfinding Signage Pilot Projects Uptown […]

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SFMTA Honors Muni Driver for Defending Torched Bus (SFGate, SFExam, CBS) Alameda County’s Transpo Measure B1 Still Undecided (CoCoTimes, TriValley, TranspoNation) Drivers Urged to Prepare for All-Electronic GG Bridge Tolling (MarinIJ) McPartland, Saltzman and Radulovich Win BART Board Races, Mallett Leads Narrowly (CoCoTimes) New Bay Bridge Bike Path Connection to Yerba Buena Island Delayed (SFGate) Palo Alto Cyclist Severely Injured by SUV Driver Last Week […]