Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Looks to Simplify and Streamline the Residential Parking Permit Program (SF Examiner)
  • Better Market Street Planners Aim to Bring “a Simplicity of Place and Movement” to the Corridor (SFGate)
  • Muni’s Operator Shortage Continues to Drive “Shadow” Service Cuts (SFGate)
  • SF Examiner: “Muni Has Made Big Inroads” on Reducing Switchbacks
  • Beyond Chron: SF Civil Grand Jury, Which Blasted Muni Switchbacks, “Should be Abolished”
  • SUV Driver Critically Injured After “Losing Control,” Clipping Muni Bus on Sunnydale Ave. (SFGate)
  • BART Ridership Up for 20th Consecutive Month (CBS 5)
  • Gas Prices Soar Nationwide, SF’s Highest In California (CBS 5)
  • A Few People Rode Their Bikes to Outside Lands” This Weekend
  • As America’s Cup Approaches, SFMTA Flyer Lays Out Transportation Options (Curbed SF)
  • Wheelchair-Bound Oakland Man Critically Injured by “Vehicle” Which “Stopped and Assisted” (KTVU)
  • CHP Motorcycle Officer Kills Oakland Woman Who “Ran Into” His Path (KTVU)

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