Today’s Headlines

  • Two Killed in Car Crash at 21st and S. Van Ness After Police Chase (SF Weekly, KRON)
  • Woman Critically Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver at Turk and Lyon Streets (CBS)
  • DUI Hit-Run Driver Faces Charges for Slamming Into Three Peds on Twin Peaks, Killing One (KTVU)
  • Sunday Parking Meter Enforcement Begins This Weekend (SF Examiner, ABC)
  • More Details on SFPD’s New Targeted Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Strategy (SF Exam, SF Weekly)
  • Construction Underway on Improvements to Marina Green Bike/Ped Path (Marina Times)
  • SFGate Spotlights the Ongoing Danger That Drivers Pose to People Biking on Valencia
  • Construction on Transbay Transit Center Progresses, Even as HSR Plans Remain Uncertain
  • Tom Radulovich Elected President of BART Board (SF Appeal)
  • SFMTA Prepares to Take Applications for Free Muni for Low-Income Youth (City Insider)
  • Sustainable Transpo Advocates: Ending Non-Profit TIDF Exemption Puts Transit First (SFBG)
  • Student From Taipei Appalled at Muni Service
  • SF Chronicle Urges City Hall Politicos to “Tackle” Muni’s Problems
  • Even Techies Are Trying to Hand Solutions to Muni (SFGate)
  • Central Subway Work Resumes, Closing Down Stockton to Vehicle Traffic Again (SF Examiner)
  • Incoming D7 Supervisor Norman Yee Names Pedestrian Safety as a Top Priority (SFGate)
  • SF Weekly Columnist: Roomy, Protected Bike Lanes Will Help Make All Types of Cyclists Happy
  • For Cyclists, the Red Light at Market at 12th Streets is Too Long (SF Examiner)
  • There is No Legal Metric to Determined Stoned Driving in California (SF Weekly)
  • Cop Who Posted Video of Speeding in Broadway Tunnel is Taking Backlash “All in Stride” (SF Weekly)
  • Vision for a More Livable, Transit-Friendly El Camino Real Mired by Lack of Consensus (SF Examiner)
  • BART Struggles to Keep Its Escalators Running (SFGate)
  • From People’s Railway to Central Subway: SFGate Reviews 100 Years of Muni History
  • Construction on BART’s Oakland Airport Connector on Track (SFGate)

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