Today’s Headlines

  • Minivan Driver Flees Police, Crashes Into Taxi and Two People at Post and Jones (SFGate)
  • Car Flips, Woman Hospitalized in Car Crash at Lombard and Franklin (CBS)
  • City Officials Sign $500M Bond Measure, Activate Ped Signal at Sunset and Yorba (SFBaySFGate, KTVU)
  • Will Hayes Valley Be the Battleground for the “Restore Transportation Balance” Measure? (Biz Times)
  • Market Street Drivers Already Abusing the Newly-Colored Transit-Only Lane (People Behaving Badly)
  • Bold Italic Laments Muni Fare Increases Coming in September
  • Designer Maps Out Famous Landmarks Along Muni’s 38-Limited Stops (Richmond)
  • “Fleet” App Provides Late-Night Shuttle Service Along Caltrain Corridor, Without Permits (SF Examiner)
  • What Can Caltrain Do to Prevent Bike-Toting Riders From Being “Bumped”? (GJEL)
  • After Officially Cancelling Departures, GG Transit Continues Unplanned Cancellations (Greater Marin)
  • 71-Year-Old Woman Killed, 4 Injured During Collision in Hayward (CBS)
  • Flipped 18-Wheel Truck Causes Delays for Over Eight Hours on Hwy 580 in Livermore (ABC)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Jeffrey Baker

    Far from “ruining” the commute, the overturned banana hauler did fine work speeding up the commute for everyone west of Vasco Rd. With Tracy, Manteca, and Stockton supercommuters held at bay, traffic flowed freely across the Bay Bridge, without even metering lights. Just the latest demonstration that you need only a tiny marginal reduction in traffic to cause a huge decrease in congestion.