Today’s Headlines

  • Pedestrians Struck by Drivers in Bayview and Richmond Districts (SF Appeal 12)
  • Friends of SF Hit-and-Run Victim Monique Porsandeh Raise Money, Organize Rally (Mercury News)
  • With EIR Finished, Van Ness Avenue BRT Won’t Launch Until 2018 (Socket Site)
  • Temporary Fix Could Allow Bay Bridge to Open By Labor Day (SF Gate, SF Examiner, ABC)
  • SF Considering Creating Database of Stolen Bicycles (SF Examiner)
  • City Trying to Catch Up With Transportation Backlog as Development Increases (Potrero View)
  • Santa Rosa City Council Passes Bike/Ped Anti-Harassment Ordinance (Press DemCyclelicious)
  • South San Francisco Ferry Ridership More Than Doubled During BART Strike (Daily Journal)
  • Beyond Chron: BART General Managers Are Way Overpaid
  • AC Transit Board Member Joel Young Censured for Ethics Violations (CoCo Times)
  • Driver Killed After Crashing Into Tree Off of Highway 680 in Pleasanton (CoCo Times)
  • Man and Woman Killed in Rollover Crash on Richmond Parkway (CoCo Times)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • David


    Man and his dog killed on shoulder of road in Sonoma County by drunk driver Wednesday night:

    And a mother and son on bicycles struck by driver of SUV in Newark this morning:

  • mikesonn

    Wonderful messaging from Scion! Cyclists are just “obstacles” to quickly speed around.

  • Anonymous

    Van Ness BRT in 2018? Is there any city in America where projects like this take longer to realize than in ossified San Francisco?

  • Does the 2nd Ave subway project in NYC count? Granted, it’s a lot more complex than making a bus-only lane, but they’ve been trying to get it built since 1929.

  • Andy Chow

    Caltrain electrification. It was proposed in early 1980s and is not going to get done until almost the end of this decade. In that 40 years, many rail systems (like VTA and BART) have been built and greatly expanded.

  • Anonymous

    Caltrain electrification would be useful, unlike the VTA light rail and more useful than the BART extension, yet the VTA LR and BART extension happened. Par for the course.