Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Abandons “Comprehensive” Parking Management in the Eastern Neighborhoods (Potrero V.)
  • SFPD’s Traffic Collision Data Being Collected More Efficiently With Use of New Database (Examiner)
  • SFBC: Hearing Shows Strong Merchant Support for Bike/Ped Safety Improvements
  • Why Mid-Market Isn’t Necessarily Bustling With Foot Traffic From Twitter (NYT, Vanity Fair)
  • Moscone Center Expansion With Ped Safety Improvements on Howard Moving Along (Curbed)
  • Stanley Roberts Catches a Driver Blocking Crosswalks and Other Bad Parkers in the City
  • The Barriers to Expanding Transit and TOD in the Bay Area, According to an Engineering Firm Head (Biz)
  • Bulb-Outs Slowing Down Drivers’ Turns and Saving Lives in the Bay Area? That Just Won’t Do (Mercury)
  • Majority of Bay Area Residents Support BART Strike Ban, New Poll Shows (CoCo Times)
  • In San Rafael, Class is Cancelled: Crashed Minivan Day (ABC)
  • Burlingame Fights Caltrans Plan to Widen El Camino Real, Remove Trees at Intersection (Daily Journal)
  • How Will Widening the Lawrence Expressway Improve Access to the Caltrain Station? (PTA)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill