Today’s Headlines

  • More on Civil Complaint Filed Against Truck Driver Who Killed Amelie Le Moullac (SF Examiner)
  • 24-Hour BART Service Over Labor Day Weekend Complicates Maintenance Challenges (SF Examiner)
  • Transit Agencies to Receive Federal Funds Risked by State Employee Pension Dispute (Coco Times)
  • Groundbreaking Ceremony Held for Hercules Intermodal Transit Center (CoCo Times)
  • Winners of Design Competition for Redeveloping Highway 280 Selected (Socket Site)
  • SFBG: Ideal Location for New Warriors Stadium Is Above Caltrain Station
  • Two-Year-Old Rafael Perez Briseno Killed by Pickup Driver in Oakland Parking Lot (CoCo TimesKTVU)
  • Teens Christopher Stade and Montana Montez Killed After Crashing Into Tree in Napa (CoCo Times)
  • Speeding Motorcyclist Runs Red Light, Hits Undercover Police Car in Richmond (CoCo TimesCBS)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Bruce Halperin

    The Bay Guardian doesn’t even realize that Caltrain hasn’t had the T capitalized since the days of Dampier and Bogues. But we’re supposed to take their transportation planning advice seriously?

  • mikesonn

    “Bill Nichols is a consultant for documentary filmmakers and has published a dozen books related to the cinema. He lives in San Francisco.”

  • Bruce Halperin

    That would explain it.

  • timsmith

    It’s the out of work actors and writers that do the most damage. That includes a surprising number of the professional parking advocates.

  • Mark Dreger

    Because Penn Station under Madison Square Garden is such a nice place to catch a train…

  • RichardC

    Never mind that an over 400 foot wide NBA stadium wouldn’t actually fit over the 275 foot wide Caltrain yard…

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