Today’s Headlines

  • Despite Fare Increases, Muni Still Cheaper Than Other U.S. Systems (SF Examiner)
  • City Strikes Deal With CPMC Including $13M for Ped Safety and Street Improvements (SFGate)
  • 8 Washington Condo Project Stalled by Appeals (SF Examiner)
  • 511 Transit App Released for iPhone (PR Newswire)
  • Bay Bridge Safety Panel to be Reviewed by State Senate for Objectivity (Sac Bee)
  • Walk San Francisco Promotes Walk to Work Day, Friday April 6, With Events and Prizes
  • GG Bridge Bike Path to Be Reopened by Bike To Work Day, May 10 (SF Examiner)
  • New Toll Roads Save Time, Could Help Pay for BART Extension to San Jose (Mercury News)
  • San Jose City Council Prioritizes Bike and Transit Corridors for Repairs (Mercury News)
  • Martinez Police to Celebrate Distracted Driving Awareness Month With Crackdown (CoCo Times)
  • AC Transit Bus Riders Trapped by Downed Electric Lines (CoCo Times)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    $45/mo to $76/mo, still no night or Sunday metering, and $100/year RPPP makes one wonder about transit first?

    Also, if the monthly was still $45, I’d probably get one. But as it stands, the horrible reliability (especially when trying to make Caltrain) and the extra $30/month, I ride my bike whenever and wherever possible.

  • So, May 10th for the bridge? Given the district’s horrible track record I’ll refrain from believing that until they actually complete the work.

  • mikesonn

    And then they’ll re-close it for another project that could have easily been completed during the same time frame as the other two closures.

  • Seven

    Even at $76 a month, it will still take an hour to get downtown from the Sunset, right?

  • Anonymous

    From the article: “Ideally, the bridge district and conservancy hope to have the work completed by Bike to Work Day on May 10, Currie said.”

    Based on this comment I wouldn’t hold my breath, but at least the bridge district has that date on their calendar as a reference point.

  • Right, but they previously stated “Due to visitor improvements at the Golden Gate Bridge South End, Golden Gate Bridge West Sidewalk & Battery East Road will be closed from January 17, 2012 through April 1, 2012.” So at one point April 1 was a reference point.

  • mikesonn

    SFPark on KQED. 

    As always, the callers are golden (and angry).

  • mikesonn