Today’s Headlines

  • Bay Citizen Uncovers the Past of Reza Eslaminia, Taxi Driver Who Killed Edmund Capalla in Tenderloin
  • Special Muni Service for America’s Cup Off to a Smooth Start (SFGate)
  • Bay Citizen Poll Shows SF’s Most Dangerous Intersections For Pedestrians According to Readers
  • More on the Church Street Colored Transit Lanes (SF Examiner)
  • Man Proposes to Girlfriend on Caltrain, Where They Met (ABC 7)
  • Warriors Arena Citizens Advisory Committee Includes Local Ped Advocate Jamie Whitaker (City Insider)
  • Video: Streetsblog Reader Threatened for Photographing Google Bus Driver Parked in Bike Lane (SFist)
  • SFPark Makes Its 7th Meter Rate Adjustment: Prices Drop or Stay the Same During Most Hours
  • Water Main Break Delayed L-Taraval Yesterday Morning (BCN via Appeal)
  • Roadshow: As School Starts, Driving Parents Make Streets Dangerous for Children (Mercury News)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Everyday Muni riders get the shaft. However, donate to Ed Lee’s campaign and all of a sudden special buses start popping up all over the city, see: #hashtagexpress (now proving to be not so express) and 30L which so far (due to low turnout) is actually pretty quick.

  • Joel

    Wow, over 3 months between meter rate adjustments?

  • mikesonn

    I wonder if ENUF will notice that rates mostly stayed the same or went down.

  • jimmy

    The headline “SFPark Makes Its 7th Meter Rate Adjustment: Most Prices Rise or Stay the Same” is just as correct as yours 🙂

    The data from SFPark is pretty cool — nearly all the meters costing $3/hr or more saw price increases and nearly all the meters costing $2/hr or less saw price decreases. In most cases, SFPark has not yet found the market value for parking — but we are getting there.