Today’s Headlines

  • State Funds Won’t Delay Muni Service Cuts And the Ever-Shifting Deficit Now $84M (Examiner)
  • Lots of Coverage on SF’s New Freeway and Street Parks (ABC, SF Gate, KCBS)
  • Valencia St. Gas Leak Causes Evacuations in Mission (SF Gate, ABC, CBS)
  • Caltrain Seeks Community Advisory Committee Members (Examiner, finally with in-article links!)
  • Despite Rain, San Mateo Co. Plans for Next Year’s Streets Alive Ciclovias (Examiner)
  • Not the Kindest Pedestrian Crossing Signal You’ve Ever Seen (SF Weekly)
  • Despite Media Uproar, South SF Votes to Continue Red Light Cameras (Oak Trib, ABC)
  • Seismic Retrofit Bids for Antioch Bridge Come in Low (Oak Trib)
  • Amtrak Eyes Improvements for Long-Distance Routes (AP via Gate)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • So the MTA is pretty much just making up numbers now. They want to decrease service as much as possible so the FTA won’t deny funds for the Central Subway based on the assumption operational costs would cripple MUNI. If there is little to no service to cripple, funding should be a lock.