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Give to Streetsblog SF and You Could Win This Tern Folding Bike

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Today we associate the Netherlands with top-notch bike infrastructure and some of the safest streets in the world. But 40 years ago it was tearing down buildings for parking garages and constructing wide roads through the centers of its cities and towns. It was a grassroots movement, Stop de Kindermoord (Stop the Child Murder), that turned the […]
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America Already Has a Stratified Transportation System

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The emergence of app-based taxis and private city bus services has prompted a lot of handwringing about the emergence of a “two-tiered” or “stratified” transportation system. Network blog Cap’n Transit doesn’t have much patience for that argument. America’s transportation system is already highly stratified, and it’s hard to see how the new services will make […]

Today’s Headlines

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NextBus Gets Arrival Predictions Wrong (SFExaminer) Will Young People Ride the Bus? (MercNews) Vote Coming on Planned Potrero Hill Development (Socketsite) SFPD’s Kohrs Pleads “Not Guilty” to Hit-and-Run Charges (SFExaminer) NFL Pressures Cash-Strapped Cities to Help Buy them a Shiny New Stadium (InsideBayArea) East Bay Nurse Killed by Suspected Drunk Driver Remembered (InsideBayArea) Uber Lampoons […]

Signing Off — Join Me for Happy Hour Friday

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This will be my final post as editor of Streetsblog SF. Thanks to everyone who’s read and supported the site during the four years I’ve led it. I hope to see you around in my new role. The site will be in an editorial transition period for the next few weeks as editor-in-chief Ben Fried conducts the search for Streetsblog SF’s […]