Today’s Headlines

  • Muni Used Other Ways to Fudge On-Time Performance Reports, Records Show (Bay Citizen)
  • With Caltrain Electrification Funds Pledged, CAHSR More Likely to Move Forward (Mercury News)
  • Number of Disabled Parking Placards Doubles in SF, Misuse Common (SFGate)
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Bicyclist in Oakland (CBS 5)
  • 8X, 91 Owl Buses Rerouted Around Central Subway Construction (Central Subway)
  • SF Weekly: Muni Repairs Infamous “Glad Bag Bus
  • Muni’s New Cringe-Worthy Video Explains All-Door Boarding (City Insider, Muni Diaries)
  • MTC Avoids Lawsuit Over SF Headquarters Purchase (CoCo Times)
  • Manslaughter Trial Begins for Driver Who Killed Ped While Wearing Cast Last September (SF Examiner)
  • Rohnert Park Driver Charged With Felonies in Hit-Run Cyclist Fatality (Press Democrat)
  • Press Democrat Investigates Why So Many Drivers Hit-and-Run
  • SF Public Press: Access to Transit Protected Homes from Foreclosure Crisis, Study Shows

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    I believe Stockton (Post to Market) is now reopen to private autos, all the changeable message signs are gone.

    Also, that reroute of the 8x and loss of the 8 shuttle will really seal off the NE forcing the “Central Subway is needed, see how slow things are” argument. What will happen when the federal funding doesn’t come?

  • voltairesmistress

    Streetsblog editors: you really need to link to the Bay Citizen, not the Chronicle, for the full story on Muni’s chief officers’ decade plus falsification of on-time performance measurements.  The Bay Citizen reporter, Zusha Ellinson(?), researched and uncovered this outrage. His journalistic contribution to a reform of transit policy should be honored and celebrated.

  • Anonymous