Today’s Headlines

  • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Man Standing on Corner at 26th and Folsom (Mission Local)
  • Driver Crashes Into Cliff’s Variety Store on Castro Street, Flees on Foot (ABC, SF Appeal, SF Examiner)
  • Transportation Fee Increases Go Into Effect, Sunday Parking Metering Ends This Week (SF Examiner)
  • Muni Labor Agreement, Mediated by Willie Brown, Appears to Stick (SFGate, CBS, KQED, SFBay)
  • Funds for Transbay Transit Center Park Could Take From Downtown Rail Extension (SFGate)
  • Ocean Beach Master Plan Open House Sees Support for Great Highway Closure, Roundabout (SPUR)
  • Upper Haight the Latest Neighborhood to Get New Parking Meters That Take Credit Cards (Hoodline)
  • Oakland Mayor Jean Quan Still Hasn’t Given Insurance Info to Driver She Collided With (SFGate, CBS)
  • Golden Gate Bridge Board Approves Funds for Suicide Barrier (Marin IJ)
  • More on FHWA’s Report Showing How Marin’s Bike Paths Pay Off (Marin IJ)
  • North Bay Officials to Public: We’re Running Out of Transportation Funding (Press Democrat)
  • Oil Lobby Stirs Up Late Opposition to California Cap-and-Trade (SacBee)

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  • Jeff

    The Muni fare and pass increases go into effect on Sept. 1, actually.