Today’s Headlines

  • Three Pedestrians Killed on Bay Area Highways (KTVU), Including Woman on I-80 in SF (NBC)
  • Man, 20, Injured by Driver at 19th Avenue and Taraval (ABC)
  • Supes Undermine SFMTA’s Ability to Expand Parking Meters in New Five-Year Contract (Public Press)
  • Willie Brown, Who Didn’t “Fix Muni in 100 Days,” Blames Lack of Parking Garages for its Problems
  • Man Struggles to Pay Bills in Recovery From Being Hit on Motorcycle by Road-Raging Driver (SFGate)
  • 7×7 Lists Five Bike Projects to Be Thankful for; SFBC’s Bike Builds Provide Affordable Transport (SFGate)
  • BART Unions Consider Suing Over Contract Change (SF Exam, ABC); Riders Frustrated (SFGate)
  • Stanley Roberts Catches Bad Thanksgiving Drivers at SFO; Airport Welcomes RelayRides (SF Appeal)
  • Thanksgiving Shopping Done Right: On an Electric Cargo Bike (Cyclelicious)
  • More on the CAHSR Ruling From SacBee Columnist Dan Walters
  • Muir Woods Shuttle Continues Service Through Holidays (Vibrant Bay Area)
  • Bike Paths Being Built Parallel to SMART Tracks (Press Democrat)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Mario Tanev

    Parking first city!

  • mikesonn

    Oh Willie.

  • “And for all of you transit-first folks who pushed to ban parking in
    buildings so people would be “encouraged” to take a bus, I say: Good
    luck finding a seat.”

    Gee, and who’s fault is it that Muni was chronically underfunded during your tenure, Willie?

  • pseudolus

    What’s he talking about? The city created tens of thousands of spaces when it legalized parking on the sidewalk.