Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Needs $24 Billion to Maintain and Improve Muni Over 20 Years (SF Examiner)
  • Stockton Street Parking Lanes to Open to Pedestrians for Chinese New Year (SF Appeal)
  • CA HSR’s Cost Overruns Not Unusual for Public Works Projects (SF Examiner)
  • SFMTA Plan Could Close Fourth Street to Cars During Giants Games (SF Examiner)
  • Muni Communications System Could Receive Funding Boost (SF Examiner)
  • Driver Injures Bicycle Rider at Ocean and Geneva Near City College (BCN via SF Appeal)
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Benjamin Lin, 72, in Sunnyvale (CBS 5)
  • Larkspur Ferry Terminal Considers Charging for Premium Parking Spots (Marin IJ, CoCo Times)
  • Toll Lanes on Hwy 101 in Marin Appear Dead for Time Being (Marin IJ)
  • New Light Rail Station Opens in  Downtown Sacramento (SacBee)
  • Plan Bay Area Workshops “Flooded” as Tea Partiers Register With Multiple Names (CoCo Times)
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill
  • mikesonn

    The Stockton parking plan is awesome. Hopefully it will lead to permenant implentation (I’d even take just getting the discussion out there). Any talk of how deliveries will be handled? That is a major sticking point for Transit-only Stockton.

  • That Larkspur lot is such a waste of space: 9 acres, 1,600 spaces… at least it gets people out of their cars for some of the trip.  It’s well-placed for walkable, transit-oriented development but instead it’s taken up by cars.  Such a shame.