Today’s Headlines

  • Castro Street Sidewalk Widening Plans Move Forward; Street Design Open House Today (BAR)
  • Housing Advocate: Transit Advocates’ Bid to End Non-Profit TIDF Exemption Is “Single-Minded” (SFBG)
  • Sebastopol Council Unanimously Adopts Vulnerable Road User Harassment Law (Press Democrat)
  • Hit-Run Driver Crashes Car in Excelsior, Leaves Injured Passengers Behind (SF WeeklyCoCo Times)
  • Elderly Man Gets Car Stuck On Corte Madera Bike/Ped Path On Way to DMV (Marin IJKTVU)
  • Elderly Petaluma Pedestrian Struck, Seriously Injured by Driver With Foggy Windshield (Press Democrat)
  • Muir Woods Shuttle Fare to Increase This Spring (Marin IJ)
  • Sunnyvale Studying Improvements to Disconnected Lawrence Caltrain Station Area (Peninsula Transpo)
  • CA Traffic Deaths Going Up Despite Nationwide Low (LAT)
  • Some Central Valley Farmers Welcome High Speed Rail (Fresno Bee Via CAHSR Blog)

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Woman in Her 60s Hit by Taxi Driver at Bush and Stockton (ABC) SFPD Rescinds Jaywalking Ticket Issued to Injured Man, 86, Due to “Policy Omission” (Examiner) Driver Who Killed Elderly Woman in Bayshore Blvd Hit-and-Run Pleads Not Guilty (CBS) BeyondChron: SFMTA’s Budget Falls Short of What’s Needed to Get to Vision Zero SF Weekly‘s […]

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CARB Approves Landmark SB375 Targets, New Renewable Energy Rule (SF Gate) Meg Whitman Says She’ll Vote Against Prop 23 But Would Have Vetoed AB32 (Merc, LAT) Ken Garcia: “New Fare System But Same Old Muni” (SF Examiner) Opponents Turn Out in Force to Testify Against CPMC Project (City Insider, Beyond Chron) SFMTA Installs Permanent Radar […]

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Youth Muni Passes Could Cost SFMTA $13m (SF Examiner) Driver Who Critically Injured Ped in the Richmond Arrested for DUI (BCN via Examiner) Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed WWII Vet Sentenced to Four Years (SF Examiner) Santa Rosa Police Seek Witnesses to Driver Who Killed Ped in Hit-and-Run (Press Democrat) Cable Car Operator Found at Fault […]

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Safer Polk Street Advocates, Parking Defenders Spar at SFMTA Hearing (ABC, SF Examiner) Chronicle‘s Nevius Cites Study to Argue Ped Countdown Signals Are Dangerous, Ignores Other Studies Anti-Terrorism Funds Boost Muni Fare Enforcement (Exam); Muni/Car Crash at 16th & Mission (SFBay) Muni Service Increases (SFBay); Debate Continues Over Transit-Priority Signals on Haight (Hoodline) D3 Sup. Christensen: Central […]

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Bicyclists Still Not Using Sharrows on Sutter/Post; SFMTA Considering Changes (Bay Citizen) More on the “Save Our Caltrain” Summit Being Planned for Tomorrow (Mercury News) Mr. Roadshow Answers Questions/Ideas from Readers on Funding Solutions for Caltrain Market Street Right-Turn Trials to Become Permanent; Hearing Set for Feb. 4 (City Insider) BART Board Approves Contract Allowing […]

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“Bankrollers Needed to Make Muni Free for SF Students” (SF Examiner) Ed Lee is “Do as I Say, Not as I Do” on Bicycling (City Insider) San Rafael’s Solution to a Dangerous Intersection: Remove Crosswalks (Marin IJ) CBC’s “Give Me Three” Bill Awaiting Jerry Brown’s Signature (Press Democrat) “Tense, Drawn-Out” Negotiations Over St. Luke’s Renovation […]