Today’s Headlines

  • Supes Still Split on MTC Funding for Free Muni for Youth Plan (City Insider, SFExamCBS)
  • SFMTA Exploring Design Ideas at Polk St. Walk Audits (SFBCBayCitizen)
  • Chart Shows Where SF Supe Candidates Stand on Transpo Issues (PublicPress)
  • SFExam: Clipper Users Should Be Able to Opt Out of Travel Data Collection
  • SOMA Driver Backs Over, Kills Man Sleeping Outside Garage (SFGate, SFAppeal)
  • SFGate Interviews Riders of Muni’s Unreliable 10-Townsend Line
  • Muni Encourages Fans to Take Transit, Walk or Bike to World Series Games (KRONSFAppeal)
  • No Road-Widening Plans for Alameda County After I-880 Carpool Lane (Roadshow)
  • Berkeley Citizens Weigh in on Sit-Lie Ban Nov. Ballot Measure (CBS)
  • Palo Alto Planners Divided Over Proposed Transit-Oriented Office Towers (PaloAltoOnline)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Ted King

    Re : BART’s Walking Tour of the Warm Springs Ext. Tunnel
    The RSVP closed last week and the articles in the CoCo Times and the Mercury News have been pulled. The attached image was sent to me by Molly McArthur of BART.

    It is unfortunate that the newspapers publicized this event, as it was
    intended for the local community who put up with the construction and the
    RSVP deadline was last week.

    (E-mail from BART’s Molly McArthur
    [Division Manager, Community Relations, Capital Projects])

  • mikesonn

    So this happened today. Luckily no one was hurt.

    https://twitter.com/DanJackson415/status/261600553409339393

    Need a new campaign:
    #SLOWSOMA

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the update, I’ve now pulled the headline from this post.

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