San Francisco is the latest city to eliminate minimum parking requirements — a win for pedestrians and affordable housing advocates.
Welds Caused Transbay Cracks? (Curbed) California Mandates Zero Emissions Buses (EastBayTimes, CBSLocal) BART Still Getting Beaten by Ubers/Lyfts to Airports (SFChron) Man Spits on BART Operator, Delays Service (SFExaminer) Geofencing Scooters (KQED) Transbay Developer Released from Grocery Requirement (SFExaminer) Changes to Harvey Milk Plaza Re-Design (Hoodline) S.F. Losing Affordable Housing Units (KQED) A Sleeper Bus […]
Oakland Votes YES on Telegraph safety project: It only took a couple of decades to build a consensus, but today the Oakland City Council finally approved protected bike lanes, bus-boarding islands, and pedestrian safety improvements for the Temescal segment of Telegraph Avenue from 42nd to 52nd. Speakers in favor outnumbered opponents by roughly two to […]
About half of the city's most-dangerous streets are in low-income and/or neighborhoods of color, a new analysis finds.
It's still no beauty, but Suffolk County's appearance in the Elite Eight of our annual "Sorry Bus Stop" contest inspired local officials into action. You're welcome, Islip.
Ford GoBike Triples Electric Fleet (SFChron, Curbed, Hoodline) Holes and the Transbay Cracks (SFExaminer, EastBayTimes) Loving Cable Cars and Public Transit (SFChron) San Francisco’s Historic Streetcars Discovered (WashingtonPost) Man Rescued from Top of Muni Train (SFChron) Progressive Parking Reform Taking Root (ArchitectsNewspaper) A Parking Garage for Car Haters? (SFChron) New Alameda Ferry Maintenance Center Opens […]