Today’s Headlines

  • Back to School: SFMTA Adds Crossing Guards, SFPD Ups Enforcement of 15 MPH Zones (SF Exam)
  • Environmental Groups Sue Against Plan Bay Area, Saying It Doesn’t Go Far Enough (SFBG, EJ)
  • Two Recent Muni Bus Fires on the 38-Geary Weren’t Related (SF Examiner)
  • Stanley Roberts Gauges Compliance With Marina Boulevard’s Bicycle Traffic Signals
  • Yet Another App for Parking in SF (SF Examiner)
  • Oakland Celebrates Opening of Latham Square Plaza on Telegraph Ave. (Oakland Local)
  • Bay Bridge “Shims” Installed to Ready New Span for Opening (ABC)
  • CAHSR Construction Continues Despite Judge’s Ruling (CBS)
  • Political Prospects for BART Strike Ban Aren’t Promising (SF Examiner)
  • Marin Transit Riders Adjust to Lines Changes (Marin IJ, Greater Marin)
  • New Palo Alto Advocacy Group “Growth Without Gridlock” Looks to Foster Parking Solutions (PA Online)
  • Cyclelicious Digs Up a 1922 Article Showing the Earyl Days of AAA’s Pedestrian-Blaming Campaign

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Sean Rea

    That article about the crossing guards is full of pedestrian safety lip-service from the mayor.

  • Bob Gunderson

    Why would they build another app for parking if the whole point of the SFMTA is to ruin parking for drivers?

  • GUEST

    According to the article it’s an app that is created by a private company that is utilizing data that the MTA made available to the public.

  • Bob Gunderson

    I don’t let facts get in the way of my outrage, but thanks.

  • Bob Gunderson

    I don’t let facts get in the way of my outrage, but thanks.