Today’s Headlines

  • CAHSRA Chief: High-Speed Rail Won’t Cost $100 Billion (CoCo Times)
  • State Assemblyman Jerry Hill Urging $1.5B For Early Caltrain Electrification (SF Examiner)
  • SPUR Developing Streetscape Improvement Plans For Chinatown’s Stockton Street (SFGate)
  • A Mission District Parent Pushes For More Open Spaces (Mission Local)
  • Josue Meneses, 22, Killed Walking On Hwy 101 in San Mateo (CBS 5)
  • San Francisco Gas Prices Up 52 Cents (SF Examiner)
  • Are the Cyclist Anti-Harassment and Bike Parking Laws a Prelude to a Wider Trend? (Atlantic Cities)
  • San Franciscoize Explores “Nearly 8-to-80” Bikeways in San Francisco
  • Driver Seriously Injures Woman Crossing Street in South San Francisco (Patch)
  • Muni PSA Reminds Passengers to Be Aware of Phone Thieves (SF Examiner)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Re Stockton:

    “People really view Stockton Street as a place for walking. It’s a place for shopping. It’s a street for transit,” said Sarah Karlinsky, deputy director at SPUR. “Those are the most important uses on the street. These are the things that should be elevated.”

    Then why are you pushing for nearly $2B to be spent to keep the Stockton tunnel open to cars?