Today’s Headlines

  • SF Supes Prez Chiu Will Pull Building Shadow Measure from the Ballot (SF Gate)
  • Mayor Newsom Driven Across the Street for Energy Efficiency Event (City Insider
  • MTA Analysis Concludes Bike Share Program Would Be Heavily Used (SF Examiner)
  • LA Times: "L.A. Activists Float Idea of ‘Freeway’ System for Bikes"
  • Sacto Man Who Yanked Keys from Driver Who Hit Cyclist Honored by CHP (CBS 13, News 10)
  • Car-Sharing on the Rise in North America and Europe (TreeHugger)
  • Deep Muni Service Cuts Aren’t in Effect, but SF Appeal Asks: "Why Does It Feel Like They Are?"
  • Budget Cuts Likely at SF’s 311 Call Center (SF Examiner
  • Mainstream Media Attacks State Lawmaker’s Parking Reform Plan (Streetsblog LA)
  • Ray LaHood Worried About More In-Car Technology (Detroit News
  • SMART Official Suggests San Rafael-Santa Rosa Line (Press Democrat)
  • Maybe it’s Newsom’s way of acknowledging how unsafe it is to cross Van Ness? Or he is just so high on himself… etc etc. It has all been said before.

  • Interesting read, actually found it linked at curbedsf

  • Hey, in Berkeley, our mayor doesn’t have a car. Why can’t SF do the same?

  • bs

    Unfortunately in SF we don’t have a mayor who cares about public transit at all, as obvious from his “leadership” on Muni. What Gavin doesn’t realize is that it’s costing him a lot of support among regular Muni riders like me (I was a big supporter when I first moved to SF few years ago). I certainly will not be voting for him no matter which office he runs for in the future.