Today’s Headlines

  • As Much as 40 Percent of Muni Overtime Isn’t Documented or Verified, Audit Says (CBS 5)
  • All of SF’s Parking Meters to Soon Accept Credit Cards and Feature Digital Displays (SF Exam)
  • Muni Detours Buses From Market to Mission Street During Super Bowl (SF Exam)
  • Bike-Ped Path Set to Open New Eastern Span of Bay Bridge is Making “Cyclists Salivate” (CBS 5)
  • Stanley Roberts‘ Latest Exposé on Cyclists and Stop Signs Features a Driver Endangering a Cyclist
  • How Huckleberry Bicycles on Market Street Got Started (Priceonomics)
  • 7×7 Looks Into the History of How Parking Meters Slowly Managed Parking in “Invaded” San Francisco
  • Antioch Driver Arrested After Killing Pedestrian (CBS 5)
  • Driver Blows Past Group Bike Ride in Woodside, Prompting Road Rage From Riders (Almanac)
  • Marin Transpo Officials Now Claim Greenbrae Freeway Interchange Project is About Safety (Marin IJ)
  • Carpool Lane Hours to Extend on Some Bay Area Freeways (Mercury News)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    That 7×7 piece is a joke.

  • How can SF Bike Coalition come out in favor of civil rights and gay rights and women’s rights, but still refuse to take a stand on stop signs? Is the Idaho Stop really such a radical proposition?

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