Today’s Headlines

  • Central Subway Work Starts While Funding, North Beach Concerns Remain (SFGate)
  • Muni Execs Received Bonuses Based on Inflated On-Time Metrics (Bay Citizen)
  • 24th St BART Escalator Back in Service After Four Months (Mission Local)
  • Curbed SF Previews the Western SOMA Community Plan: Taller, Mixed-Use Buildings
  • Stanley Roberts Joins SFPD Sting Harassing Cyclists on the Wiggle (Uptown Almanac)
  • SF Man Found With 114 Stolen Bikes Pleads Not Guilty to Felony Charges (SFGate)
  • ABAG to Authorize Study of VMT Tax (Mercury News)
  • Bicyclist Hospitalized After Being “Left Hooked” by Car Driver on Post and Scott (BCN via SF Appeal)
  • Emeryville Bicyclist Injured in Collision With AC Transit Bus Driver (BCN via CoCo Times)
  • Car Found 3 Weeks After Hit-and-Run With Rohnert Park Cyclist (Press Democrat)
  • East Bay Express Readers Vote Parklets “Most Revolutionary Idea in Urban Design”
  • SPUR Blog: CAHSR to Face Biggest Challenges Over Next Two Years

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Word on Twitter is that Northern Station is back on the Wiggle today ticketing cyclists.

  • HoJo

    Looks like the Central Subway is going to get built, one way or the other. Even if they don’t have the funds, the support or even the goodwill of the communities that it will benefit.

  • mikesonn

    SFMTA has said they will continue to build with what money they do have even if the other funding is still questionable. Meaning that if the $900M from the Feds falls through, we’ll have a lot of holes dug around the city waiting until the next time the funding comes up for a vote – which could be a year or 20 years.

  • Gneiss

    In the issue of fairness for harassing road users for stop sign violations, I plan on asking park station to stake out the intersection at Central and Waller.  It’s a steep hill adjacent to a primary school and car drivers routinely violate the pedestrian right of way turning right.  Arguably more dangerous than any intersection in the wiggle.

    SFPD seems to be acting on the ‘squeaky wheel gets the grease’ approach to traffic enforcement rather than targetting locations and road users that incident data shows are dangerous.  I guess we should all start being squeaky wheels.  Sheesh.

  • Guest

    Who do you call? There’s an intersection near me where 8 out of 10 drivers just roll through.

  • Anonymous

    The Central Subway could end up like the Cincinnati subway, built but never used:  Who knows, it might become a future attraction in Underground San Francisco in 2042…

  • Gneiss

    Here’s a link to a list of SFPD stations and locations.  I believe we can call or email to ask for help.