Today’s Headlines

  • Central Subway to Receive $942M Federal Grant (SFExam)
  • Lawsuit Filed Against Central Subway Union Square Station Entrance (SFGate)
  • SF Planning to Consider Effects of Transbay Transit Center Shadows on City Parks (Curbed)
  • Panhandle Pedestrian Path Repairs Underway (PanhandlePark)
  • Muni Bus Hits F-Line Streetcar Causing Damage, No Injuries (SFWeeklySFist)
  • SFBC Reports on Last Weekend’s Embarcadero Bikeway and Wayfinding Signage Pilot Projects
  • Uptown Almanac: How SF Bike Cops Lock Their Rides (And Have Their Wheels Stolen?)
  • Former SFMTA Chief Nat Ford Selected to Head Jacksonville, FL Transit Authority (FTU)
  • Video Demonstrates Dangerous Crossing of El Camino Real in Atherton (PeninsulaTranspo)
  • SMART Rail Under Investigation for Construction Near Endangered Wildlife Area (MarinIJ)
  • San Rafael Officials Consider Safety Improvements at Site of Pedestrian Fatality (MarinIJ)
  • Green Bike Lanes Coming to San Jose’s Hedding and San Fernando Streets (Roadshow)
  • BART Delayed After Train Stalls in Transbay Tube (KTVU)
  • CPDR Looks at the Bay Area’s Coming Bike-Share System

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Mario

    I’m not a big fan of the Central Subway, but these litigious tactics are often used by opponents of good projects. I can’t support a frivolous reason like that stopping the project, because that would mean I should also be willing to support it blocking a Geary subway.

  • murphstahoe


    The opponents of SMART are now the defenders of snakes and mice. Not because they like snakes or mice, mind you, or would be upset if they widened 101 and killed a b all the snsnakes and mice…

  • mikesonn

    Agreed and I HATE the CS (if that wasn’t obvious).

  • Anonymous