Today’s Headlines

  • Alameda County’s Transpo Measure B1 Fails by Less Than 700 Votes (KTVU)
  • Supes Could Vote to Back Funding for Free Muni for Youth Today (SFExamNeviusSFPPABC)
  • SF Taxi Drivers Upset Over New Medallion Program Fees (SFExam)
  • SFBG: Ridesharing Services Are in Need of Regulation
  • Pedestrian Struck, Killed by Caltrain in Palo Alto (Merc)
  • New Parklet at Filbert and Fillmore is a Dismembered Citroën Van (Atlantic Cities)
  • Central Subway Holiday Construction Update (Central Subway Blog)
  • BART to Run Longer Trains for Thanksgiving Week (BART.gov)
  • CurbedSF Remembers the Bay Bridge’s Rail History
  • Marin Transit Finalizes Four-Year GG Bridge District Bus Contract (MarinIJ)
  • Oakland Declares Parking Fee Holiday, No Love for Non-Drivers (OaklandTrib)
  • Cyclelicious Parses Santa Cruz County’s 2012 Bike Safety Survey Data

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Will the 30/45/8x reroutes continue while Stockton is reopened?

  • mikesonn

    From Central Subway on twitter:

    @mikesonn The reroutes will continue thru the holiday season.
    https://twitter.com/Central_Subway/status/270960847168360448

  • mikesonn

    tl;dr

    Stockton will be repaved and reopened to private autos but Muni will continue to be rerouted on Sutter/Mason/5th.

    Transit First!

  • anyone know/remember the personal injury lawyer that may have sponsored posts on this blog? or am i confusing with LA? not for me, a friend. thanks.

  •  GJEL

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