Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Citizens Advisory Council: Extend Parking Meter Hours (SF Examiner)
  • SFMTA Secures Property For Chinatown Subway Station (Travel News)
  • Even a Massage Parlor in the Tenderloin Has a Parklet (SFist)
  • Why Transit Riders Don’t Report Unwanted Sexual Behavior (Bay Citizen)
  • A Bit More is Raised For America’s Cup (SFGate)
  • Why Not Raise the Gas Tax to Pay For Transportation Projects? (East Bay Express)
  • Caltrain Board Set to Vote on Fare Hike Today (KTVU)
  • Caltrain Completes Major Renovations at Santa Clara and Diridon Stations (CBS 5)
  • Menlo Park City Council Renews Contract With HSR Lobbyist (Almanac)
  • California Gas Usage Was Falling Even Before Price Hikes (SacBee)
  • Someone at Mazda Is Probably Questioning This Whole Lorax Business About Now (TransNat)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn


    “Tom Nolan, chair of the transit agency’s board of directors, said the toll of the deficit should be distributed equitably to all the agency’s patrons, which include both Muni passengers and motorists.”

    Tom must of forgot when Muni riders got hit with 10% cuts across the board and parking meter extension was taken off the table by Newsom.

  • mikesonn

    CW is on the wiggle!!/cwnevius/status/175274585183367168 

    $20 says he rolls all the stop signs!

  • mikesonn

    In other news, Caltrain raises fares (or changed the tariff). Ridership is up, time to milk them.!/Caltrain_News/status/175298484344324098 

  • TL

    Seriously. Does he think we’ve forgotten 2009 and 2010? Would love to see road capacity and operating hours reduced 10% this time around. I’m sure that would save some serious money on maintenance, in addition to the livability benefits.

  • Anonymous

    If only they’d have the same philosophy when it came to traffic-choked freeways.