Today’s Headlines

  • Initial Review of Muni TEP Released — Would Voters Approve a Bond to Fund It? (SF Exam)
  • BART Approves Wireless Security System That Could Also Improve Wi-Fi (SFGate, CBS)
  • SF’s Housing Growth Could Put the Squeeze on Muni Riders (HuffPo)
  • With Development Boom, SF Planning Department in the Black, But Short on Staff (City Insider)
  • Egregious Sidewalk Parking, Brought to You by Lyft (Mission Mission)
  • Man Killed By Own Car in Nob Hill (SF Weekly)
  • Chuck Nevius Stopped Riding a Bike
  • Another Story About Discomfort With the JFK Bike Lanes (KALW)
  • SF Weekly Bike Columnist to Drivers: What Do You Want From Me?
  • Jerry Brown Touts CAHSR in Speech (Cyclelicious), Citing “Little Engine That Could” (LAT)
  • New Company Takes Over NextBus (Cyclelicious)
  • Push for CEQA Reform Comes From Broadening Base (Capitol Weekly)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Drivers want you to stop riding, period, like Nevius.

  • mikesonn

    Look at the headline on this bad-boy. Wow.

    Lunar New Year Sidewalk Display Plan To Disrupt Chinatown Parking, Deliveries

  • Gneiss

    What’s totally bizarre about the headline is that the article is all about how great it is that merchants can set up sidewalk displays.  It’s almost as if the chief editor wants to incite car and truck driver rage on a messages that’s overwhelmingly positive.