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Today’s Headlines

  • SUV Driver Intentionally Strikes 27-Year-Old Man at Mission and 17th Streets (SF Examiner)
  • Stolen Minivan Driver Who Killed Zachary Watson Charged With Murder (SFGateSF Examiner)
  • Enrique Peñalosa on Geary and Van Ness BRT: Why Keep the Parking? (SF Examiner)
  • More on the Proposed Golden Gate Bridge Bike/Ped Toll (SFGateCBSABC); SFBC Petitions Against it
  • Sean Parker Says He Just Wants to Help the Poor by Funding Cars-First Prop L (Fortune)
  • SFMTA Releases Survey on New Muni Light-Rail Vehicle Design (Hoodline)
  • 7×7 Takes a Close Look at the Transbay Transit District That’s Poised to Re-Shape SoMa
  • SF Weekly‘s Joe Eskenazi: BART Board Incumbent James Fang’s Campaign Funded by Contractors
  • Cabbies Say Uber and Lyft’s SFO Deal is Dangerous for Customers and Taxi Industry (CBSKTVU)
  • Palo Alto Neighbors Want Quieter Downtown Caltrain Station; City Explores Trench Idea (PAO 1, 2)
  • Caltrans Looks to Discourage “Freeway Jumping” Drivers in Marin County (CBS, PBB)
  • West Sacramento Tore Down a Freeway, Creating a New Urban Neighborhood (GJEL)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Elderly Man Critically Injured by SUV Driver at 10th Avenue and Geary (CBS)
  • More on the Death of Louis Van Velzen, Killed by Driver at Sloat and 43rd (KTVU)
  • People Behaving Badly: Many Drivers Drive in the San Jose Avenue Buffered Bike Lane
  • Muni Reports Few Problems With Commuter Shuttle Regulation Pilot (SFBay)
  • San Francisco, Silicon Valley Bike Coalitions Educate Google Bus Drivers on Bicycle Road Safety (SFBC)
  • Lyft and Uber Get Permits to Service SFO, Following Sidecar (CBSSF Examiner)
  • Uber Driver Pulls Passenger Out of Car Over, Throws Phone Over Address Dispute (CBS, NBC)
  • 68 SF Apartment Building Garages to Get Electric Car Charging Stations (Biz Times)
  • Officials Consider Fee to Walk and Bike on the Golden Gate Bridge (Marin IJ)
  • Bay Bridge to Get Temporary Paving to Smooth Bumpy Ride Caused by Steel Plates (SFGate)
  • Details on AC Transit’s Planned Expansion of Late-Night Transbay Bus Service (Oakland North)
  • South SF Looks to Enliven Downtown With Plazas, Housing Around Caltrain (Daily Journal)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Hit-and-Run Driver Hospitalizes Woman, 50, and Man, 80, at Turk and Mason (CBS)
  • Red Light-Runner in Last Week’s Car Crash at Octavia and Oak Had Stolen Car for Burglary (Hoodline)
  • Chronicle Op-Eds on Muni-Funding Prop B: For and Against
  • Matier & Ross: Prop A Will Help “Put Driving Last;” Quentin Kopp: Fund the Muni TEP? “What’s That?”
  • Survey: 14 Percent of Riders Say Muni is “Excellent,” 50 Percent Say It’s “Good” (SFBay)
  • Scenes From Yesterday’s Bustling Sunday Streets on Valencia, the Last of the Year (Mission Local 1, 2)
  • It Really is Unusual That the SEI Union is Backing Republican James Fang for BART Board (SFGate)
  • Bay Bridge Repair Plates Cause Drivers to Slow to a Crawl; Caltrans Removes Them (SFGate, KTVU)
  • San Mateo County Transportation Authority Wants Input on Five-Year Strategic Plan (SF Examiner)
  • SMART Board Plans to Buy More Rail Cars After Service Begins (Marin IJ)
  • Atherton City Council Takes Step Towards Studying Road Diet on El Camino Real (Almanac)
  • LA Joins SF in Banning MonkeyParking (CBS)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Easy Chang, 25, Arrested for August Road Rage Shooting of Pedestrian in Western Addition (CBS)
  • Parking Control Officers Call on DA Gascón to Protect Them From Violent Drivers (CBS, KTVU, Exam)
  • Golden Gate Transit Strike Cancelled After Tentative Labor Agreement Reached (CBSSF Examiner)
  • Join Enrique Peñalosa, Ciclovía Visionary, for a Ride to Sunday Streets This Weekend (SFBC)
  • Man Who Wrecked Muni Bus After Giants World Series Victory in 2012 in On Probation (SFist)
  • Muni Rider Shares Story of Riding 54-Felton Bus During Loma Prieta Earthquake (Muni Diaries)
  • Parkmerced Housing Redevelopment to Break Ground Next Fall (Biz Times)
  • 460 “Urban” Units Proposed Next to UCSF Parnassus to Redevelop Apartments With Carports (Biz)
  • BART Launches 18-Month Study to Find Solutions to Overcrowding (CBS)
  • San Jose Plans to Add Housing Density Close to Job Center to Alleviate Growth in Car Traffic (NBC)
  • Private Developers Look to Build Parking Structure in Downtown Palo Alto (Palo Alto)
  • Big Insurers Won’t Cover Ride-Share Drivers Because of Uncertainties in Law, Market (SF Examiner)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Bike Thief Attacks on Panhandle Cyclists Continue as SFPD Steps Up Patrols (Hoodline, KTVU)
  • Citywide Number of Bike Corrals Nears 60 (SFBC)
  • Two Years After SF Chronicle Report, Muni’s 10-Townsend as Unreliable as Ever
  • ADA Laws Do Not Require Transit Passengers to Give Up Seat to Disabled Riders (SF Weekly)
  • SF Examiner Overviews Prop A, the $500M General Obligation Bond for Transportation
  • SFPD Says Car Thefts Up 18 Percent in Last Eight Months (KTVU)
  • 25 Years Later, A Look Back at Freeway Collapses Caused by the Loma Prieta Earthquake (SFist, NYT)
  • Golden Gate Transit Drivers Prepare to Strike This Friday (Marin IJ)
  • SF Chronicle‘s John King: Fremont’s Planning Around Warm Springs BART “Puts SF’s to Shame”
  • 62-Year-Old Kurt Wehner, Cyclist Killed in Berkeley Crash, Found at Fault (Berkeleyside)
  • Man Killed on Tracks by Caltrain in Palo Alto (ABCKTVU)
  • GJEL Reiterates: 12-Foot-Wide Traffic Lanes Cause Speeding, Dangerous Streets

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Today’s Headlines

  • Man Biking With Chest-Strapped Baby Sues SFPD for Arresting and Choking Him, Taking Baby (SFGate)
  • Jeep Driver Arrested After Running Light, Hitting Cab at Octavia and Fell, Attempting to Run (NBC, CBS)
  • SFMTA Installs Daylighting, Signal Changes at Stockton and Sacramento After Woman Died (SFGate)
  • SF Bay Guardian Shuts Doors After 48 Years of Alternative Coverage (SF Weekly, KQED, SF Examiner)
  • SF Weekly‘s Joe Eskanazi: Prop A Transpo Bond Language “May” Be Too Permissive and Broad
  • Annie Alley in SoMa Under Transformation to Become Pedestrian-Friendly Plaza (SocketSite)
  • Private Parking Lots Charge $100 During Giants Games; Most of SF’s Street Parking Still Free (CBS)
  • SideCar Acquires Permits to Serve at SFO, Uber and Lyft to Follow (KTVU, SF Examiner)
  • BART Unions Won’t Back D4 Director and Bike Advocate Robert Raburn Over Treatment of Strikes (EBX)
  • Alameda County’s Transpo Funding Measure BB Gains More Support This Time Around (SFGate)
  • After Pedestrian Deaths, Mountain View Seeks Public Input to Make Intersections Safer (Peninsula Press)
  • At “Growth Without Gridlock,” Silicon Valley Leaders Talk Traffic Reduction Strategies (PTA)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Stanley Roberts Catches Dysfunction at a Mid-Century Roundabout Next to SF State
  • SFBC Calls on Supporters to Attend Meeting on Car-Free Bay Trail Path in the Marina Next Tuesday
  • SF Weekly Explains the NACTO Street Design Guidelines Recently Adopted by SF
  • “Measured” is One Way to Describe Mayor Lee’s Stance on Funding Transit (SFGate)
  • SF Trolley Dances Return This Weekend (SF Examiner)
  • BART Once Had an Atari Kiosk Inside Powell Station (Bold Italic)
  • Advocate Op-Ed: BART Ignores Disability Barriers With Poles in New Train Design (SF Examiner)
  • New “FutureBART” Game Lets Public Have the Fun of Crafting a 40-Year Transit Budget (TransForm)
  • Grass Fire Near BART Tracks at Bay Fair Station Causes Delays in East Bay (SFGate, KRON)
  • San Mateo Reviews Downtown Plan to Make it More Dense, Walkable (Peninsula Transpo)
  • 19-Year-Old Drunk Driver Kills Pedestrian on East Bayshore Road in Palo Alto (Palo Alto)
  • Chicago Calls Parklets “People Spots,” and They’re Helping Businesses Thrive There, Too (CityLab)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Ten Injured After Ferry Crashes Into Pier 41 (ABC)
  • SF Transportation, Affordable Housing Advocates Work Towards Alliance at SFBG Forum
  • SFPD Says it Has Plainclothes Officers Out to Address Violent Bike Thefts on Panhandle (Hoodline)
  • Transit Bulb-Outs Completed on Columbus Ave at Washington Square Park (@Muni Forward)
  • Obama Visit Snarls Muni, Car Traffic in SoMa (SFGate)
  • Owner of 100 Van Ness Tower Wants to Turn Bike Parking Into More Apartments (SocketSite)
  • “WunWun” Startup App Delivers “Almost Anything” by Bike Without Delivery Fee (SFGate)
  • Berkeley Enjoys Another Bustling but Mellow Sunday Streets on Shattuck Ave (SFGate)
  • VTA Replaces Car-Centric “Level of Service” Planning Metric With “Transportation Impact Analysis”
  • San Jose Mayoral Candidates Debate Transit, Sprawl Issues (Business Times)
  • Alameda County Deputy: 3-Ft bike Passing Law Hard to Enforce; Cyclists are “Unpredictable” (Mercury)
  • “Transportation Balance”: If Only Cyclists Were Surrounded by a Metal Cage (Vox)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Three Cyclists Attacked by Bike Thieves on Panhandle (HoodlineSFGate); SFBC Calls for Enforcement
  • Assembly Candidates David Chiu, David Campos Spar Over Record on Transit Funding (BAR)
  • More on the Pedestrian Safety Measures Touted on Walk and Roll to School Day (SF Appeal)
  • Uber, Lyft, Yellow Cab Each Receive “F” Rating From Better Business Bureau (Biz Times)
  • 1940 Proposal Would Have Replaced Cable Cars with Open-Top Buses (Curbed SF)
  • SFMTA’s Ed Reiskin, Sup. Jane Kim Urge Caltrain and CAHSRA to Build Compatible System (GC)
  • Caltrain to Repair Bridges for Seismic Safety (Examiner); Palo Alto Trench Could Cost $1B (Mercury)
  • GG Bridge Bus Workers to Strike Next Friday (ABC, KQED, SF Examiner)
  • SFBG Interviews BART Board Director James Fang, Challenger Nick Josefowitz
  • SPUR Report Says Boosting Regional Transit is One Key to a More Inclusive SF (CityLab)
  • BART Board Approves Funding For Construction of Pittsburg City Center Station (CBS)
  • Transit-Rich Uptown Oakland Makes APA’s List of “Great Neighborhoods” (Biz Times, SFGate)

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Today’s Headlines

  • A Record 14,000 SF Students Participate in Walk and Roll to School Day (SF Examiner)
  • Young Woman Struck by Driver at 15th and Valencia Streets (Mission Local)
  • SUV Driver Blocking Crosswalk Punches 66-Year-Old Man Who Complained (SF Weekly)
  • Haight Street Transit-Only Contra-Flow Lane Opens to Muni 71 and 6 Buses (Hoodline)
  • SFMTA Posts Survey to Gain Input About Sprucing Up the Transit Bulbs at Carl and Cole (Hoodline)
  • PG&E Valve Work Rips Through New “Si Se Puede!” Plaza on Cesar Chavez Street (SFGate)
  • Tonight: SFBG Hosts Forum on Closing the Rift Between Transportation and Affordable Housing Funding
  • SF Examiner and SF Bay Guardian Issue Ballot Endorsements
  • Prop L Gems: “MTA is Mostly Kids,” “West of Divisadero is Suburban,” “Cars are the Mainstay” (SFGate)
  • Cabbies Stage Honking Protest Outside Uber Headquarters (SF Weekly)
  • Boost for Late-Night Transbay Bus Service Could Come in December (SF Examiner)
  • Levi’s Stadium Neighbors, Police Chief Meet to Discuss Traffic and Bike Trail Woes (Mercury News, NBC)

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