Today’s Headlines

  • New BART GM, Grace Crunican, Willing to Meet with Protestors (Matier & Ross)
  • AP via NPR: “SF Chinatown Fears New Subway Could Be Scrapped”
  • Costs for Central Subway “Vary Between SF, Federal Agencies” (SF Examiner)
  • Leland Yee “Latest Politico to Jump Onto the Free Muni Bandwagon” (SF Weekly)
  • City Makes It Easier to “Transform Lifeless Sidewalks Into Vibrant Pocket Gardens” (SF Gate)
  • SFPD “Pounds Pavement in Search of Stolen Bikes” (SF Examiner)
  • Mayoral Candidates Wash Cars at McKinley Elementary School (City Insider)
  • Workers on the Caldecott Tunnel “Dig Toward Tomorrow” (SF Gate)
  • Hayes Valley Farm Preparing to Move to New Location (SF Examiner)
  • Mr. Roadshow Lists His Top 20 Transportation Headaches Over Past 2 Decades
  • Eugene, Oregon Holds Its First Sunday Streets Event (KMTR)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill