Today’s Headlines

  • Man, 77, Hospitalized by Driver While Crossing Dolores at 30th “Against the Red Light” (SFGate)
  • SFMTA Board Approves Trial Car Restrictions on Crooked Lombard (SFGateExamKRONNBC)
  • Sup. Wiener Pens Column on SFFD’s “Bureaucratic Backlash” Against Narrower Streets (CityLab)
  • Sup. Avalos Proposes Ballot Measure to Remove Board Appointments From Mayor’s Power (SFGate)
  • Report: SF Spends Too Little on Bike Projects (Weekly); Tonight: “Ride of Silence” Returns (ABC)
  • SFCTA “Ordered the Lobster” on the Menu of Office Real Estate (SF Weekly)
  • SFMTA Board Approves Contract Doubling Ad Wraps on Muni Buses (SF Examiner)
  • Stanley Roberts Catches Drivers Abusing the Geary Transit Lane, Even With the Red Paint
  • SFMTA Board Drops Taxi App to Focus on Improving Data for Third-Party Apps (SF Examiner)
  • New Mission Parklet at 22nd and San Jose Gets Muralist Treatment (Mission Mission)
  • Updates on CA HSR (SPUR); Palo Alto City Council Pushes for Caltrain Funds in Tax Measure (Merc)
  • 18-Year-Old Britney Silva Killed by Amtrak in San Leandro While Talking on Phone (SFGate, KTVU)

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