Today’s Headlines

  • Can Muni and Google Buses Really Continue to Share Stops? (Business Times, SF Examiner)
  • On the Peninsula End, Tech Companies Collaborate to Reduce Car Commuting (PTA)
  • New Outer Mission-Excelsior Zoning Plan Eliminates Minimum Parking Requirements (Livable City)
  • Planning Department Looks to Redesign Portsmouth Square (SocketSite)
  • Eyes on the Muni: Riders Manually Open and Close Broken Back Door (Muni Diaries)
  • What Do You Do When a Ride-Share Trip Goes Wrong? (SF Weekly)
  • BART Directors’ Safety Questioned as Labor Contract Talks Begin Again (SFGate)
  • Palo Alto Mother Seriously Injured by Driver While Walking Child to School (KTVU)
  • Frustrated Residents on Walnut Creek Street: “Drive Like Your Kids Live Here” (People Behaving Badly)
  • Berkeley Looks to Implement 15 MPH School Zones; Police: Educate Students Instead (CoCo Times)
  • Berkeley to Demolish, Expand Center Street Parking Garage From 420 to 690 Spaces (Berkeleyside)
  • MTC Set to Approve Funds for SMART Station Near Sonoma County Airport (Press Democrat)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill