Today’s Headlines

  • SFCTA Board Approves Funding for Masonic, Second Street, and Other Safety Improvements (SFBC)
  • Two Injured, Including Driver, After Driver Jumps Curb on Van Ness at O’Farrell (ABC)
  • BART and AC Transit Both Brace for Union Strikes (KTVU, SF AppealOakland North)
  • Cyclelicious Lists Some Biking Alternatives for BART Commuters
  • SFBG Recaps Janette Sadik-Khan’s Speech at Last Week’s Golden Wheel Awards — Watch it Here
  • “Street Fight” Author Jason Henderson on NYC’s Dorothy Rabinowitz and Bicycle Politics (SFBG)
  • Muni Says It’ll Stop Wastefully Idling Buses for Hours Every Morning… Again (SF Weekly)
  • KRON‘s Stanley Roberts Looks at People Biking On Sidewalks
  • New Traffic Signal Equipment, Curb Ramps Coming to Hayes and Gough (Hayeswire)
  • Muni’s New Hybrid Buses Are Being Driven 1,900 Miles From Minnesota (SF Weekly)
  • Palo Alto Launches Design Contest for New Bike/Ped Bridge Over Hwy 101 at Adobe Creek (PA Online)
  • San Jose to Install Green Bike Lane on Hedding Street (Cyclelicious)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Sounds like BART employees voted to strike.

  • iskandr

    Long past time to bar strikes by public transit workers–every bit as necessary as police, fire services. A rigorous negotiation regime should be enacted with both carrots and sticks to get both sides to the table.

  • Jesse

    First link doesn’t go to the right article. It goes to a BART strike article.

  • Andy Chow

    What about nurses and teachers? I don’t think they’re any less important than transit workers but they do have the right to strike. If schools and hospitals can get substitute teacher and nurses to maintain some level of operation, there are alternatives if workers decide to strike (private buses and vans, casual carpooling, bicycling, etc).

  • Peter M

    Examiner article about the pedestrian bridge at Geary and Steiner:

    Why isn’t there a crosswalk at Geary and Webster yet?