Today’s Headlines

  • SF Weekly: Costly Decision to Extract Central Subway Drill in North Beach “Strains Credulity”
  • Mayor Lee Appoints Katy Tang as D4 Supervisor — Will She Be a Champion for Livable Streets?
  • After a Long Battle, Free Muni for Low-Income Youth Begins Friday (SF Examiner)
  • SPUR Looks at the Development Possibilities for Caltrain’s Downtown SF Railyards
  • Supes Renew Unusual, Costly Lease With Nonprofit Japantown Parking Garage (SF Examiner)
  • How’s the Left-Turn Bike Signal at Market and Valencia Doing? SFBC Has Some Member Feedback
  • Richmond District Democratic Club to Hold Forum on JFK Protected Bike Lanes (Richmond SF)
  • Redwood City’s “Complete Street” Projects Bringing Big Gains in Safety (Peninsula Transpo)
  • Facebook Campus Expansion Gets Approval From Menlo Park Planning Commission (CBS)
  • Palo Alto May Create Design Competition for New Bike Bridge Over Highway 101 (PA Online)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Great piece by Joe at SFWeekly.

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