Today’s Headlines

  • Muni Switchbacks Down on Some Lines, Up On T-Third (SF Examiner)
  • Most BART Delays Caused by Failing Equipment (SFGate)
  • Castro Streetscape Project Complicated by Poles for Muni Wires (BAR)
  • Bulb-Outs in Market/Dolores Whole Foods Plan Go to Planning Commission Thursday (BAR)
  • Year’s First Sunday Streets Draws Crowds for a Sunny Day on the Embarcadero (SFGateKTVU, ABC)
  • Plan to Replace Parking Lot With Park Under Central Freeway Moves Forward (SF Examiner)
  • Driver Kieran Brewer Pleads Not Guilty in Alleged DUI Crash That Killed Hanren Chang (ABC)
  • Freeway-Like “SFGo” Electronic Traffic Info Signs Coming Soon to Franklin and Gough (Hayeswire)
  • Bold Italic to BART: Solutions From Other Rail Systems Could Help Improve Bike Access
  • Oakland’s Free B Shuttle Hangs On Despite BAAQMD Funding Cuts (Oakland North)
  • Daly City Car Crash Claims Three Lives, Hospitalizes One (KTVU)
  • Caltrans Proposal for 101 Interchange in Menlo Park Includes Protected Bike Lanes (Peninsula Transpo)
  • Sonoma County Supervisors to Consider Anti-Harassment Law for People Walking and Biking (PD)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill