Today’s Headlines

  • Bicycle Strategy Gets Some Good Press Time as SFMTA Board Reviews It (Chronicle, Examiner, KTVU)
  • More From the Supes Hearing on the Proposal for a Bikeway on Mission Instead of Market (CBS)
  • Muni Continues Long-Standing Practice of Needlessly Idling Buses For Hours Every Morning (SF Weekly)
  • SF Weekly Profiles a Former Muni Mechanic and Fervent Whistleblower
  • New York Times Maps Out Local Biking Tips for Cities Including SF (Mission Local)
  • Wigg Party’s Morgan Fitzgibbons on the Significance of the Wiggle (KALW)
  • Two People Killed on BART Tracks in Colma (SFGate) and Hayward (CBS) in Same Day
  • Motorcyclist Hospitalized in Crash With Bus on Highway 101 in SF (SF Appeal)
  • Muni Tension? Woman Attacks Elderly Woman for Boarding Before She Disembarked (SF Examiner)
  • Stanley Roberts Catches Drivers Behaving Badly at Market and Van NessWholesale Produce Market
  • SPUR Reviews the State of the Santa Clara/Alum Rock BRT Project
  • Video of Elderly Driver Nearly Missing People, Guide Dog on San Rafael Sidewalk Goes Viral (Mercury)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Joel

    There’s some interesting discussion on Hacker News about an article in The Economist on free transit:
    https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5905885

  • 94103er

    I maintain that the Bay Area could use a Golden Facepalm award-giving body of some type. The Stanley Roberts piece on the SF Produce Market is just unbelievable. I mean, seriously–a fully functioning city street with no enforcement running straight down the middle?!? Seriously????