Today’s Headlines

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  • Muni Apologizes for Poor Service (Curbed)
  • More on Twin Peaks Closure and Bus Driver Shortage (SFChron)
  • More on Worker Killed in Twin Peaks Tunnel (SFExaminer)
  • Transbay Transit Center’s Economics (SFChron)
  • Few Seats in Transbay Hall (SFExaminer)
  • More Reactions to Transbay (SFChron, Hoodline)
  • More Density Coming to Howard Street (SFChron)
  • Sidewalk Poop Patrol (SFGate)
  • BART Attempted Suicide (Berkeleyside, EastBayTimes)
  • Fatality on SMART Tracks (MarinIJ)
  • Commentary: Reforming SF’s Massive Parking Subsidies (SFChron)
  • Commentary: Gas Tax is Essential (MarinIJ)

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This Week: Ped Safety, Waterfront and the Big One, Urban Villages

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee. PSAC has been charged with providing expertise on issues concerning pedestrian safety, convenience, ambiance, and planning as well as advocating for pedestrian safety by engaging the public, Board of Supervisors and other relevant agencies. Come join their regular meeting. Tuesday, August 14, 6 p.m., […]

Today’s Headlines

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Today’s Headlines

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BART Board Hears Proposed Security Measures

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Note: GJEL Accident Attorneys regularly sponsors coverage on Streetsblog San Francisco and Streetsblog California. Unless noted in the story, GJEL Accident Attorneys is not consulted for the content or editorial direction of the sponsored content. This morning at its regularly scheduled meeting, the BART Board of Directors heard a list of proposals from the agency’s General Manager, […]
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Talking Headways Podcast: The Uber Effect

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This week we're joined by Andrew Salzberg, head of transportation policy and research at Uber. Andrew talks about growing up in Montreal and his previous transportation work at the World Bank. We also chat about the importance of transportation policy at the city level and Uber's support for congestion pricing.
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