Today’s Headlines

  • BART Sets Ridership Record on SF Giants Parade Day (SFGateBARTSFAppeal)
  • SFBG: Why Free Muni for Kids Makes Sense
  • Contractors Among Biggest Donors to BART Board Campaigns (BayCitizen)
  • BART Developing Canopy to Protect Escalators from Elements, Breakdowns (SFExam)
  • Study Finds SF Rides Transit More Than Any Other California City (BayCitizen)
  • SF’s $248M Streets Bond to Stabilize, Improve Pavement Conditions (SFExam)
  • Candlestick Park to Install Bicycle Parking in November (SFExam)
  • SFPD Still Searching for World Series Muni Arsons, Video Released (CBS)
  • Muni Bus Driver Strikes, Seriously Injures Pedestrian at Sixth and Market (SFAppeal)
  • Two Santa Rosa Kids Struck by Car Driver in Crosswalk on Halloween Night (PressDemoCBS)
  • BART to Host Union City Station Transit Hub Ribbon Cutting Today (CoCoTimes)
  • Market Street Palm Tree Roots Causing Pavement Issues (SFGate)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn


    Total ridership yesterday on Caltrain? About 88,000.

  • Davistrain

    “SF rides more transit than any other California city” Not exactly startling news–this has been true ever since the horsecar days.

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, I’m not sure where SFGate got their ‘9,600 average/22,000 yesterday’ numbers from.

  • mikesonn

    Those are average/yesterday numbers for just 4/K.

  • Guest

    SF is going to take out a quarter-billion dollar loan to repave the streets? Will the bond even be paid off before they need to be paved again?

    At least people are driving lighter cars now, so the rate of pavement decay is slower.