Today’s Headlines

  • 74-Year-Old Woman Crossing Mid-Block Mission Street Near Amazon Injured by Driver (SF Examiner)
  • Ed Reiskin Op-Ed in the SF Examiner Urges Voters to Pass Funding Measures for Safer Streets
  • Walk SF’s Nicole Schneider Takes on Pedestrian-Blaming Questions From “CBS In-Depth”
  • SF’s Construction Boom Causing Traffic Delays, Sidewalk Diversions (KTVU)
  • NerdWallet Lists SF Third “Worst City for Parking Your Car” in U.S., Based on Prices
  • Uber’s Secret Insurance Policy With Questionable Exclusions Leaked to SFBG
  • Caltrans Gives Contractors $12.7M More to Speed Up Demolition of Old Bay Bridge Span (SF Examiner)
  • AC Transit Waters Down Line 51 Improvements to Save Car Parking (Berkeleyside)
  • Transportation Commission Proposes Transit Incentives for Alameda Point Redevelopment (Alamedan)
  • SMART to Test Railroad Crossing Warning Systems in Santa Rosa (Press Democrat)
  • Redwood City Family of Teen Girl Killed on Bike Settles Wrongful Death Claim, Two Years Later (Mercury)
  • In Apocalypse, a Bike is the Preferred Method of Escape, Says SF Weekly Columnist

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  • Jeffrey Baker

    Oh god, the 51 in Berkeley. What’s with that town? It’s all about million-dollar “bungalows” and free parking. Elmwood and Rockridge form one of the few truly walkable corridors in the East Bay. Improving the bus service is important for the future of that area. I would even suggest car-free/parking-free College as the ultimate goal.