Today’s Headlines

  • Is 30 Percent of Traffic Really Circling for Parking? SF Examiner Reporter Questions the Stats
  • SPUR’s Gabe Metcalf: Bay Area Needs to Find Local Sources to Fund Transportation Needs (SFGate)
  • Mona Caron’s Wiggle Utility Box Painting Found; SFMTA Explains (HaighterationUptown Almanac)
  • SFMTA Board to Consider Taxi Dispatch Performance Standards (SF Examiner)
  • Muni Bus Driver Makes Sudden Stop to Avoid U-Turning Car Driver, Injuring Four Passengers (CBS)
  • Muni Diaries Readers Alarmed by TEP Proposal to Cut 3-Jackson, 12-Folsom for Service Trade-off
  • BART Negotiations Finally Get to the Money After Focusing on Safety Issues (KRON)
  • You Shouldn’t Be Able to Take Out Two Bike-Share Bikes With One Key Fob, But You Can (Cyclelicious)
  • EBBC’s Tweed Ride Brings Some Old-Fashioned Charm to the Streets of Oakland (Oakland North)
  • In “Google Land,” Rainbow Bikes With Baskets and Drivers Using Cell Phones (People Behaving Badly)
  • Walnut Creek Considers Demand-Based Parking Pricing to Get Drivers Into Garages (KTVU, NBC)
  • More CA Bike-Related Legislation Updates From Cyclelicious

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill