Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Installs Red Transit Lanes on Church Street (Transbay)
  • Revised NE Mission Parking Plan Still Opposed by Some Residents (Mission Local 1, 2)
  • SFBC: Will SFMTA Prioritize Limited Street Space to Address Safety on Polk Street?
  • Some Safer Polk Supporters Felt Dissuaded From Speaking at Last Week’s Meeting (Examiner.com)
  • Efforts Continue to Reform CEQA Appeal Process in SF and at the Capitol (CES)
  • SFMTA Wants Input With Customer Satisfaction Survey (Muni Diaries)
  • SPUR: How SFMTA’s Lea Militello Handled a Traffic Frenzy and Cut Fare Evasion on Muni
  • SF Appeal Poll: Most Readers Don’t Think Much of Muni’s Spring Break Service Cuts
  • Some Driving AT&T Park Workers Say $7/Hour Market-Rate Parking Prices Are “Stressful” (SF Appeal)
  • Vibrant Bay Area: Palo Alto’s Parking Problem is Too Much Demand, Not a Lack of Supply
  • SF Examiner Columnist: CAHSRA is Now Beyond Oversight

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • SFMTA should be honest with itself and call it what it is: a customer dissatisfaction survey.