Today’s Headlines

  • Woman in Wheelchair Struck by Driver at Leavenworth and McAllister (CBS)
  • More on SFMTA’s Sunday Parking Meter Repeal and Budget (SF ExaminerSFBGNBCKTVU)
  • More on the SFMTA’s Planned 24 Vision Zero Projects for 24 Months (SF Examiner)
  • People Behaving Badly: Speeding Drivers on Outer Fulton Street Where Child Was Hit
  • An Exhaustive Explanation of SF’s Housing Crisis and the Google Bus Protests (TechCrunch)
  • Curbed SF Maps All of the City’s 43 Fantastic Parklets
  • Surveillance Video Shows Woman Jumped Under BART Train at Montgomery Station (KTVU)
  • Disabled Advocates to Protest Poles on New BART Train Car Design (SF Weekly)
  • BART Rider Asks Why Parking Lot Lights Are On During the Day at Concord Station (KRON)
  • MTC Collecting Input on Integrated Fare Proposals for Clipper Card “2.0” (Green Caltrain)
  • New VTA Pilot Program Gives Discounted Passes to Low-Income Riders (CoCo Times)
  • San Jose’s Tree Removal for Santa Clara-Alum Rock “BRT” Line Upsetting Some Residents (CBS)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Sean Rea

    Amazing — the driver in Roberts’ video gets off with a warning. And you wonder why we have a public safety crisis on our streets.

  • Jeffrey Baker

    That guy has no business driving a car on a public street.

  • Bruce Halperin

    I assume Muni is now free on Sundays as well?