Today’s Headlines

  • With Six Pedestrians Killed So Far This Year, Where’s the Leadership for Safer Streets? (SF Examiner)
  • SFBC to SFMTA: “No More Excuses” On Installing Fell and Oak Bike/Ped Improvements
  • “Save Polk Street” Leader: We’re Committed to Dragging Down Safety Improvements (Marina Times)
  • Six Years After Opening, Muni T-Third Line Riddled With Delays and Switchbacks (Potrero View)
  • Assemblymember Ting Backs Senator Yee’s Bill to Enshrine Double-Fine Zones on SF Highways (MT)
  • BART Board Looks to Hold Some Meetings In the Evening (SFGate)
  • Reminder: If You’re In a Traffic Collision, Always Report It (Examiner.com)
  • Matier & Ross Ought to Do Some Comparative Cost Research: East Bay Bus Rapid Transit is a Bargain
  • CA Police Begin Crackdown on Distracted Driving (ABC)
  • The Greater Marin: “Ferry-Oriented Development” Could Boost Revenue for GG Transit
  • Former High-Speed Rail Champions Turning Against the Project (SFGate, SacBee)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill