Today’s Headlines

  • BART Strike Ends With Tentative Deal (SFGateExaminer, Mercury, SF Weekly, SF Appeal, KTVU)
  • Matier & Ross: BART Dispute Could Have Lasting Consequences for Transit Revenue Measures
  • Operator in Death of BART Workers Was Trainee (KTVU, ExamSFGateSFBG)
  • Gov’s Panel to Determine if AC Transit Gets Cooling-Off Period (CoCo TimesKTVU)
  • Bike Rider Killed Friday ID’d as Cheng Jin Lai, 78 (Appeal), SFBC Keeps Pushing for Safer SoMa (NBC)
  • 12-Year-Old Boy Injured in Bayview Crash Expected to Survive, Details Still Scant (CBS)
  • New Muni Buses Driving From Minnesota Breaking Down on the Way (SF Weekly)
  • Board of Supes to Hear NIMBYs’ Appeal Against Parking-Free 1050 Valencia Condo Project (Curbed)
  • In Bernal Heights, Disputes Over Precious Street Parking Can Be Venomous (Bernalwood)
  • After Crashing Into Two Six-Year-Olds, 90-Year-Old Driver Ordered to Re-Test for License (Almanac)
  • Palo Alto Moves Backwards on Parking Policy (PAO), Redwood City Considers Smarter Options (Cycle)
  • Greater Marin: Marin County Traffic Could be Reduced if Golden Gate Bridge Tolls Both Ways

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Anonymous

    The Palo Alto story is pretty depressing. Shows the difficulty–and expense–of building a walkable environment today.

  • Anonymous

    The PA story isn’t as grim as you might think. Developers are starting to talk to neighbors, and council is moving toward on a trip reduction plan and residential parking permits. PA really does have a problem – there are more and more workers who park for free on neighborhood streets to ~90% occupancy. Just building buildings without parking hasn’t automatically gotten people to use transit, bike and carpool. PA needs to do more to change the incentives, and that’s starting to happen…