Today’s Headlines

  • Release Party Tonight for SFSU Professor Jason Henderson’s New Book Street Fight (SFBG)
  • CAHSRA Settles CEQA Lawsuit Over Agricultural Land (KQED)
  • Transpo Planner Jeff Tumlin Shares Strategies on Parking Management With Panel in DC (WCP)
  • Muni Unveils Rehabbed Buses Set to Roll Out Next Week (SF Examiner)
  • Planning Dept. Releases Draft Development Plan for Central Subway Corridor (Curbed)
  • What’s North Beach’s Latest Preferred Solution for Extracting the Central Subway Drill? (CBS)
  • SFMTA Determines Which Streets Will Have Bans on Overnight RV Parking (SF Examiner)
  • Epoch Times Asks People on the Street: How Safe Do You Feel As a Pedestrian in SF?
  • Richmond BART Station’s Six Story, 769-Space Parking Structure Set to Open Next Month (CoCo Times)
  • SF Bike Coalition Looking for Bike-to-School Stories (SFist)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    The frustrating thing about the Pagoda option is that the city has dragged its feet for so long on a North Beach station (or extension) that now we’ll get a suitable station location that we can’t use and never will be able to use. Once the extraction is finished, the property owner is going to rebuild the Pagoda with a storefront and condos and no accommodations for a station. And not that the Pagoda is a perfect station location, but it’ll never even be able to be considered thanks to the huge fail by city leadership.

  • Amen. Why we’re not taking advantage of this opportunity (putting aside the overall follies of the CS) is mind-boggeling. Anything productive out of the recent meeting?

  • mikesonn