Today’s Headlines

  • Muni to Celebrate Centennial With Free Fares on December 28 (Muni DiariesSF Appeal)
  • More Details, Photos From Last Week’s NE Mission Parking Planning Meeting (Mission Local)
  • Caltrain Says It Can’t Afford to Install Wi-Fi, the Most Requested Amenity Among Riders (SFGate)
  • Costa Costra Times Editorial: MTC Staff Should be Held Accountable for New HQ Cost Overruns
  • More on BART’s Effort to Price Car Parking Based on Demand (SF Exam)
  • SFPD to Hold Teach Cyclists How to Avoid Getting Their Bikes Stolen (SF Weekly)
  • CA Lawmakers Had Personal Cars Repaired with Taxpayer Money (CBS)
  • San Jose Pedestrian Struck, Killed by SUV Driver in Hit-and-Run (Merc)
  • Woman Injured as Driver Crashes into Berkeley Liquor Store, Attempts to Flee (OakTribKTVU)
  • More on Berkeley Bike Commuter Killed in Shooting Tuesday (Berkeleyside)
  • Atherton Police Recommend No Charges for Speeding Driver Who Struck Pedestrians (Almanac)
  • Alameda Commissioners Look to Next Election After Measure B1 Loses in Recount (CoCo TimesEBX)
  • No Fixes to Millbrae’s Dangerous El Camino Real While Millions Paid to Victims’ Families (Bay Citizen)
  • Roadshow Asks Readers for Suggestions on Where to Spend $320M One Bay Area Grant Money

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • The 89 year old driver ought to have his license revoked.

  • My review of a car-free shopping excursion to the Emeryville Ikea:

    Salient points:

    BART is a great transit resource. People who live within a ten minute walk of BART are going to be very, very happy about this in the coming decade.

    Buses stuffed to overflowing are terrible (and even dangerous) for shoppers.

    The 2.2 very flat miles between the MacArthur BART station and the Emeryville Ikea/Bay Street stores is an excellent candidate for bikeshare (assuming excellent bicycle infrastructure was also put in for those 2.2 miles.)

  • Anonymous

    Hi Aaron – Here are two more articles. 

    George Lucas & the Marin Community Foundation are moving forward with developing Grady Ranch for affordable housing.  While this is a laudable goal, building this sort of housing in a semi-rural area, 5 miles from the freeway and 7 miles from shopping/restaurants seems to be a bad idea (I didn’t check, but I am pretty sure the WalkScore for the area is 0 or close to it). Combined with the fact that the county is investing hundreds of millions in the SMART train, it would be much wiser to build infill housing close to transit:, is a story of a woman killed by street racing in San Jose. The two “racers” received less than a year in jail.  Very sad, this sends a horrible message:


Today’s Headlines

Driver Arrested for Killing Pei Fong Yim, 78, in Crosswalk North of Stockton Tunnel (KTVU, ABC) Woman Drives With Parking Control Officer on Hood, Almost Entering Central Freeway (Hoodline) Car Flipped on Oak at Divisadero; SFPD Officer: “An Accident is All it Was” (Hoodline) Pedestrian, Muni Rider Injured After 71 Bus Driver Hits Person Walking […]

Today’s Headlines

Man Struck by Cyclist Last Week Dies (SFGate, BCN via SF Appeal) Hearing for Parking-Saturated CPMC Hospital Plan Today (SF Examiner) “Mission Rock” Project Would Replace Parking Lot at Giants Ballpark (SF Ex, SFGate, BCN via CBS) Funding Plan for Free Muni Youth Passes Uncertain (SF Public Press) C.W. Nevius: Don’t Raise Parking Fines for “Beleagured” Drivers (SFGate) Art Agnos on 8 Washington: […]

Today’s Headlines

Threat of Golden Gate Ferry Strike Looms as Buses Already Short on Drivers (CBS) Uber’s “Surge Pricing” Sends Rideshare Fares to $450 Per Ride After Outside Lands (CBS) SFMTA Parking Control Officer’s Vehicle Towed From Bus Stop at 24th and Valencia (Pic via Reddit) Taxi Driver Filmed Driving in Townsend Bike Lane to Be Cited by SFMTA […]

Today’s Headlines

Planned Warriors Arena Site Moved to Mission Bay (SF Weekly, SF Examiner, SFGate, SFBG) On KQED Forum, Mayor Lee Sticks to His Talking Points on Muni, Sunday Meters, Ped Safety (SFist) SFPD Chief Greg Suhr Talks Pedestrian Safety on KCBS In-Depth Driver Who Crashed Into Woman at Bus Stop Arrested for DUI, Suspended License (ABC, SF Appeal) New Parklet Occupying Three Angled […]

Today’s Headlines

SF Examiner Looks at the City’s Rising Number of Pedestrians Injured by Drivers Man on Bike Injured by Taxi Driver at Polk and Bush Streets (SF Weekly) Muni Diaries Wants to Know: How Is Muni’s New 5L-Fulton Limited Service? How Safe Routes to School Encourages Healthy Commutes in the Mission (Mission Local) More From This […]

Today’s Headlines

Two Pedestrians Struck by Driver in Crosswalk at West Portal and Vicente (CBS) Revised NE Mission Parking Proposal Still Disliked by Opponents and Sup. Campos (SF Examiner) Poll: Majority of CA Voters No Longer Support HSR (SF Examiner) CAHSR Awaits $8.6 Billion Bond Approval (SF Examiner) More on Merchant Opposition to Safer Polk Street at […]