Today’s Headlines

  • BART Approves Below-Inflation Fare Hikes and Demand-Based Parking Pricing (SF Exam)
  • Muni to Officially Allow Babies in Strollers Onboard Starting Today (SFGate)
  • Muni M-Line Train Severely Injures Woman Crossing Junipero Serra (SFGate)
  • Door Knocked Off Muni M-Line Train in Subway (SFGate)
  • Judge Dismisses HSR Lawsuit Brought by Peninsula Cities (CoCo Times)
  • Walk About Town”: City’s “Green Connections” Plan Will Make Walking to Parks Easier
  • Sunday Streets Season Kicks Off March 10 on the Embarcadero (Curbed)
  • People Behaving Badly: “No Turn on Red” Sign Widely Ignored by Alameda Drivers
  • VTA Chief Michael Burns Announces Resignation (CoCo Times)
  • Pedestrian Killed By Hit-and-Run Driver in Hayward (CoCo Times)
  • Berkeley Mayor Seeks Ideas on How to Improve to Telegraph Ave. (SFGate)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • gneiss

    On the behaving badly story – what’s even more galling is the Alameda Police department, who’s source told Mr. Roberts that they wouldn’t enforce the law at that intersection until there are, “at least 3 more signs”.  I would guess they won’t start enforcing the law, even with the 3 more signs until someone is killed at that intersection first.

  • Eastlakerider

    “Berkeley Mayor Seeks Ideas on How to Improve to Telegraph Ave”

    You know what would bring more visitors to Telegraph? Bus Rapid Transit. Too bad the city council struck it down. I guess preserving 2-lane one way Telegraph for auto traffic wasn’t such a bright idea.

  • If you don’t know what permafrost is, how it relates to livable streets, or why you should care about it, watch this recent video from the Yale Climate Change Forum: