Today’s Headlines

  • Reminder: SF Will Run Parking Meters This Sunday To Attack Volunteers Who Serve the Poor (SFGate)
  • Caltrain Board Approves Higher Farebox Recovery Goals in Light of Increased Revenue (SF Examiner)
  • Caltrain Board Names SFMTA’s Tom Nolan Vice Chair (PA Online)
  • Berkeley Urbanist: Wider Sidewalks Would Revitalize Telegraph’s Southside Shopping District
  • New Walk SF Column in the Chronicle Touts the Benefits of Walking (SFGate)
  • SF Weekly Columnist: Proposal to Expand Bike Parking Reqs Would Encourage More Would-Be Cyclists
  • Driver Fleeing Police Hits Power Pole in SoMa, Cuts Power to Thousands (CBS)
  • Bay Area DUI Arrests Down Over Holidays This Year (KTVU)
  • SMART Begins Rail Construction in Marin County (CBS)
  • Devil’s Slide Bypass Tunnel to Open Early 2013 (SFGate)
  • Elderly Fremont Driver Drives Down Railroad Tracks, Continues Until Stuck, Stops Train (CoCo Times)
  • What to Do If Transit Isn’t Convenient — The Cap’n Transit Flowchart
  • Atlantic Cities: Transit Ridership Doesn’t Depend on Strength of Business Districts

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Rabbis already have to worry about parking on Saturdays, SFGate. My goodness, your work is so so sloppy.

  • Jamison Wieser

    It should be noted the city has always attacked volunteers who ride Muni, the City is now simply attacking all volunteers equally.

    If the City did truly have an interest in equality, Muni riders would be getting over 3,400 days of free rides to make up for 66 years of free sunday parking.

  • Foo

    “SF Will Run Parking Meters This Sunday To Attack Volunteers Who Serve the Poor” – great headline. I have a feeling that Aaron was biting his cheek from the irony of writing this. Although I can imagine Rob Anderson picking it up and using it with no irony intended at all.

  • Foo

    “Elderly Fremont Driver Drives Down Railroad Tracks, Continues Until Stuck, Stops Train”

    Missing from story was when she said she was worried about being late to the Farmer’s Market – she wanted to get there in time to mow down some shoppers.