Today’s Headlines

  • Muni Opposes Level Boarding Platforms for Van Ness BRT (SFGate, Hoodline)
  • “Restore Balance”: “The Bike Lobby is Running Transport Policy… Let’s Go Back 10 Years” (SFBG)
  • More on Facebook’s Sean Parker Funding the Free Parking Measure (TechCrunch)
  • Mission Bay Residents Protest Increase in Fees for Private Shuttles Using Muni Stops (SF Examiner)
  • More on the Muni Train Contract (SFGate); Many Muni Operators Dislike Approved Labor Contract (Exam)
  • Stanley Roberts Finds Drivers Failing to Use the New Back-in Angled Parking in Front of City Hall
  • An Honest Flowchart for Your Choices in Getting Around SF (Bold Italic)
  • Portland Charges Disabled Parking Placard Holders at Meters, Parking Spaces Empty Out (Tribune)
  • More on the Proposed Embarcadero Protected Bike Lanes (Biz Times), Lower Speed Limit Study (SFBG)
  • Curbed Maps SF’s Best Privately-Owned Public Spaces, Bay Area’s Best Spots to Camp Without a Car
  • In 1894, There Was a Bicycle Messenger Route From Fresno to San “Fransisco” (Mission Mission)
  • Oakland Police Correct Statement: Cell Phone Use Not Ruled Out in Mayor Quan’s Car Crash (SFGate)

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