Today’s Headlines

  • “Street Fight” Author on How Parking Will Make Groceries More Expensive in Hayes Valley (SFBG)
  • SFMTA Board Approves 5-Fulton Upgrades, Limited-Stop Service to Begin November 1 (SFBay)
  • Fill Out This Muni Survey and Get a Free Pass (MD); SFMTA: Ridership Increased in Past Two Years
  • Woman Drives Onto Muni Trackway On 19th Ave. at SFSU, Clogging M-Ocean View (Xpress)
  • BART Talks Still Going (CBS, ABC); Standby Charter Buses Costing Taxpayers (KRON)
  • AC Transit Strike Postponed by Cooling-Off Period Ordered by Gov. Brown (SFGate, Merc, Oak N.)
  • KALW Airs Series on the Various Aspects of SF’s Tech Shuttles (1, 2, 3)
  • Biketopia, “CA by Bike Summit” Coming to Oakland Next Month (SFGate)
  • Berkeley Bike Advocates Push to Replace Car Parking With Bike Lanes on Tunnel Rd. (Berkeleyside)
  • More From the Bustling Return of Sunday Streets Berkeley Last Weekend (Berkeleyside)
  • Palo Alto Residential Parking Permit Proposal Irks Workers (Peninsula Press)
  • Menlo Park Considers Bike Anti-Harassment Law (Almanac), Celebrates Caltrain (Almanac)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    #protip When driving and you find yourself in a bad spot, hit the gas pedal and hope for the best!

  • Bob Gunderson

    If that 5-Fulton upgrade takes even one on-street parking spot away from deserving motorists it should be scrapped immediately!

  • I was going to post [justification needed], but really I’m just looking for non-trolling explanation. But I’m not sure that that is possible.

  • gneiss

    Bob Gunderson provides much appreciated levity… You should look at his website – http://dearestdistrict5.blogspot.com/

  • I’m aware he’s a troll, I just think he ought to work at it a little harder than that.

  • Bob Gunderson

    A troll? I’m not THAT hideous.

  • You are that content-free, though.

  • 94103er

    I hope that woman never buys a car again. But I guess she probably lives in the car-dependent west side, so why even hope. Sigh

  • thielges

    Roy – Perhaps that’s the point. Read Bob’s blog and maybe that will help peel the, um, Onion, of his posts.

  • I had to dig in a little further before I could distinguish between content written Bob and Rob.