Streetsblog tipster and advocate Brian Coyne brought this to our attention: “SFMTA’s Sixth Street Safety Project, which Streetsblog has covered several times over the last few years, has now had the bike lane component removed.” The plan, as shown on the agency’s project page, is now to remove the bike facility and add an additional northbound […]
This week we talk with Stan Wall of HR&A Advisors. Stan tells us about his earlier work as director of real estate and station planning for WMATA in Washington DC, including an interesting case study -- the redevelopment at the NoMa transit station -- his favorite projects, and what "value capture" actually means.
The 11th-hour opposition campaign seeks to stop a project supported by 75 percent of neighborhood residents just three years ago.
Geary Bus Improvements Move Forward (SFExaminer) Traffic Diverters Gone from 8th Ave. Plan (SFBay) Tenderloin Street Cleaning (Hoodline) More on Civic Center BART Cleanup (SFExaminer) Gas Tax Repeal Would put Projects at Risk (EastBayTimes) SF to Rename Phelan (Curbed, Hoodline) More on Mission Laundromat vs. Housing Fight (Curbed,SFExaminer) Senior Housing Breaks Ground in the Mission […]
SFMTA's new fine structure has some safe-streets advocates fuming.
What happens when you build housing around transit, but it's not affordable to the people who ride transit the most?