Today’s Headlines

  • Muni Considering New Route Rules in Wake of Emily Dunn’s Death (SF Gate)
  • N-Judah Derails at Church and Duboce; No Injuries Reported (SF Exam, SF Appeal)
  • PCO Attacked by Woman Who Got a Parking Ticket in the Haight (BCN via SF Exam)
  • SFPD Releases Names, Cities of BART Protestors Who Were Arrested (SF Gate, SF Exam)
  • Chief Greg Suhr says Police “Will Act Quicker” at Future BART Protests (ABC7)
  • Bay Citizen: “Frustrated Commuters May Strike Back”
  • BART Director James Fang Accepted Contractor Money, Despite Conflict Rule (Cal Watch)
  • Caltrans Demolishes Skate Park Under Interstate 580 (ABC7)
  • Survey Shows Younger Americans Driving Less (Sightline via Streetsblog NY)
  • TOD and a Parking Requirement Debate in Denver (ClimateWire via NYT)
  • More Bike Boxes, Pedestrian Improvements on Tap in Portland (Bike Portland)
  • Don’t Forget to Vote for Streetsblog in the SF Weekly Web Awards!

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

Editor’s note: Streetsblog SF is on a light posting schedule today.

  • mikesonn

    Mitt Romney would be proud:

    Krishnan said his contributions constitute “free speech.”
    “All these limitations are all unconstitutional and illegal,” he said. “We have the right to free speech in America. Are you working against that?”