Today’s Headlines

  • Muni to Inspect All Buses for Wheel Guards After Bicyclist Death (SF Weekly, SFGate, CBS, KTVU)
  • SFBC Continues to Rally for Safer SoMa Streets (SF Examiner)
  • Today at 3 P.M.: Weigh in on a Safer Polk Street Design With SFMTA on Facebook (Curbed)
  • SFCTA to Pilot Removal of One of Two Left Turn Lanes on Van Ness and Broadway (SF Examiner)
  • Muni Takes Measures to Accommodate More Riders as New Residents Move In (CBS)
  • Tonight: SFMTA to Present on Muni, Ped Safety Upgrades Planned at Market and Haight (Hayeswire)
  • Planning Department Continues Fielding Input on Haight-Ashbury Public Realm Plan (Uppercasing)
  • Rec and Parks Driver Pleads Not Guilty to Manslaughter for Killing Woman in Park (ABC)
  • People Behaving Badly: Truckers in Chinatown Lack Required Company Markings
  • Fire Under BART Train in Orinda Forces Evacuation (ABC, NBC)
  • Takes on the BART Deal From Phil Matier and SFBG
  • San Jose Intersection Made Less Bike-Friendly, More Car-Friendly for New Development (Cyclelicious)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Anonymous

    Hi Aaron – Missing a key word in this story title 🙂

    “Rec and Parks Driver Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter for Killing Woman in Park”

    Should be… “Rec and Parks Driver Pleads *NOT* Guilty to Manslaughter for Killing Woman in Park”

  • Anonymous

    Scott Wiener to propose legislation to allow in-law units.

    Great idea. But if someone converts their garage permanently to housing, their curb cut has to go.

  • Peter M

    Muni is going to start running the 5 Limited on Monday:

    There were city crews out today doing the restriping work on Fulton between Shrader and Central to reduce the lanes from four to two.

  • Ted King

    Currently you have “… Removal of One Two Left Turn Lanes …” for the proposed change at Van Ness and Broadway. How about this :
    Left Turn Lane Vanishes in Proposed SFCTA Pilot – Southbound Van Ness Down to One (currently two) at Broadway
    . Or you could tuck in another “of“. Editor’s choice.

    That SFExaminer article was a little confusing at first. Then I realized that the Chinatown representatives wanted the choke point at Van Ness and Broadway narrowed to make the Broadway route to the Financial District less desirable. I remember [a] using CA-480 to get to work near Sansome and Lombard (Levi’s Plaza area) and [b] the howls from Chinatown when the Embarcadero Freeway (aka CA-480) was torn down and not rebuilt. Funny how values change over time.

  • mikesonn

    This will be awesome! Can not wait for less Broadway traffic!!

  • M.

    comment on that here, too: