Today’s Headlines

  • Hit-and-Run Driver Hospitalizes 59-Year-Old Woman Walking in Bayview (SF WeeklySF Appeal)
  • SF Examiner Makes a Strong Case for Re-Orienting San Francisco’s Streets Around People, Not Cars
  • More on the Watered-Down Plan to Preserve Parking on Polk Street (SF Examiner)
  • Supervisor Eric Mar to Hold Committee Hearing on Bike Theft Today (Cyclelicious)
  • City Officials Cut Ribbon on New Brannan Street Wharf (KTVU)
  • More on the CEQA Appeal Reform Legislation Approved by Supes (SF ChronicleSF Business Times)
  • Protesters Block Muni Trains at Church and Duboce Over Police Shooting (SFist)
  • Bike/Ped Advocate Dr. Rajiv Bhatia Leaves SFDPH Under Mysterious Circumstances (SFBG)
  • BART Isn’t Allowed to Have Trained Non-Union Operators Ready for a Strike (SFistCBSKTVU)
  • Mercury News Prints Pro-Sprawl Screed on Plan Bay Area From Car-Hound Commentator Wendell Cox
  • People Live Inside the 280 Freeway. You Read That Right. (People Behaving Badly)
  • Free Parking Given as Token During Construction Costing Burlingame $5,340 Per Week (Daily Journal)
  • Pedestrian Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver in Berkeley Was John Patrick Miller, 46 (CoCo Times)
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill