Today’s Headlines

  • Isaak Berenzon, 78, Killed by Driver Crossing Sunset Blvd. at Yorba Street (SFGate, KTVU)
  • SFMTA Adopts Vision Zero (ABC, KQED, CBS), But Where’s the Action on Ped Safety? (SFGate)
  • SFBC: SFMTA Hasn’t Turned Talk into Action; Reiskin: “The Hard Part is the Public Process” (SFGate)
  • SFMTA’s Budget Outlook is Good, But Muni Fare Increases on the Table (SF Examiner)
  • Muni Reports Improved Metro Service (Examiner), Though Latest Breakdown Was Yesterday (Appeal)
  • Did You Know? To Stop, Muni Rail Vehicles Dump Sand on the Streets (SF Weekly)
  • Logo Designer Comes Up With Some Spiffy Ways for Muni to Re-Brand Itself (SF Weekly)
  • Supe Wiener Secures $9M to Repair Streetlights (SF Examiner)
  • Apparently This BMW Owner Doesn’t Care About Street Sweeping or Getting Tickets (Mission Mission)
  • Stanley Roberts and CHP Catch Texting Drivers in Oakland
  • More on Oakland’s Plans to Redesign Telegraph Ave. With Protected Bike Lanes (SF Weekly)
  • Tired of Carnage-Filled GoPro Videos? Cyclelicious Shows a More Typical Bike Commute

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