Today’s Headlines

  • Tenderloin Community Comes Together for a Beautiful Sunday Streets (SFGate, Bluoz)
  • One Injured in Crash After Car Rolls Over on Van Ness Avenue (ABC)
  • SFMTA Considers Tour Bus Restrictions at Alamo Square to Appease Fed-Up Neighbors (ABC, SFBay)
  • Castro Street Set to Get Rainbow Crosswalks Funded by the Community Benefit District (BAR)
  • Some Tips on How to Protect Your Bicycle in SF (SF Weekly)
  • AC Transit Union Rejects Contract (KTVU); BART Manager Salaries Put Into Context (SFGate)
  • U.S. Dept. of Labor Delays Decision on Withholding CA Transit Funds Over Pension Battle (SacBee)
  • Bay Bridge Party Cancellation Leaves Extra Funds; Bike/Ped Path Won’t Be Completely Open (KTVU)
  • Advocates Gather for Safe Routes to School Conference in Sacramento (SacBee)
  • CA Judge Rules CAHSRA’s Funding Plan Violates Requirements of Prop 1A (SacBeeCBS)
  • SF Chronicle: Sen. Steinberg’s CEQA Bill Doesn’t Go Far Enough to Curb Abusive Lawsuits
  • Here’s What Happens to Drivers Caught Without a License (People Behaving Badly)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • An opinion about the Masonic upgrade, now with RAGE CAPS!!!1!

  • triple0

    Considering there are, literally, 5 houses that have a “Save Masonic” sign up, I’m not sure how uppercasing can claim, “there are signs plastered on every house along Masonic…”

  • Guest

    t wouldn’t be difficult to make up an equally disparaging stereotype of the typical cycling advocate.

    But that would make it look like they don’t have any decent, persuasive arguments.