Today’s Headlines

  • With Less Car Traffic in the Way, Muni Ran Faster 100 Years Ago (Bay Citizen)
  • Muni On-Time Performance Inches Slightly Up to 71.7 Percent (SF Examiner, City Insider)
  • Advocates: SF’s Leaders Need New Attitudes on Pedestrian Safety (SFGate)
  • SF Chronicle Op-Ed: Drivers “Should Get a Day Off” from Sunday Metering, the “Parking Jihad”
  • More on the SFMTA Budget Proposal and Sunday Metering (SF Public Press, Bay Citizen)
  • Muni Still Hasn’t Confirmed Responsibility for Hit-and-Run SoMa Crash (SF Weekly)
  • Panhandle Park Stewards Share Thoughts on the Fell and Oak Bikeway Designs
  • Why Peds and Cyclists Need Their Own Paths on the Panhandle (SFist)
  • California Gas Prices Soar as Consumption Falls (SacBee)
  • Parklet Under Construction at California and Fillmore (Eater SF)
  • Santa Monica DP Looks to SF’s Bicycling Education and Enforcement Efforts
  • How Fantastical is the “Fantasy” of Rapid Transit in Marin? (The Greater Marin)
  • Transient Man Killed by Driver in Santa Rosa (Press Democrat)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill