Today’s Headlines

  • Mayor Lee, Supe Kim Officially Announce Opening of West SoMa Skate, Dog Park on Parking Lot (Appeal)
  • Hoodline Checks in on Masonic’s Redesign, Still Awaiting Construction Next Year
  • SF’s Quickly Growing Population Means We Need Efficient Transportation More Than Ever (SFist)
  • Mission Bay Neighbors “Cautiously Optimistic” About Coming Impacts of Warriors Arena (Potrero View)
  • Dogpatch Residents Tell SFMTA to Move Already-Approved, Funded Central Subway Loop (Potrero View)
  • Potrero View Provides an Overview of the Upgrades in the Works for Caltrain
  • Stanley Roberts Listens to Coastal Drivers’ Excuses After Being Caught for Various Violations
  • Google to Fund Free Local Shuttles in Mountain View (Business Times)
  • Linshu Ye, 87, of Sunnyvale Dies of Injuries After Being Hit by Driver While Walking (KTVU)
  • GG Transit Proposes Ending Route 80 to Santa Rosa, Increasing Service on Parallel Lines (GMAppeal)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Jeffrey Baker

    re: local shuttles in mountain view. Only in Mountain View is reducing jobs the answer to the problem of more jobs than housing.

    “I think we need to reduce the amount of office space in Mountain View that we’re building,” said city council member Jac Siegel. “It’s affecting everything in Mountain View. Every day we hear about someone being pushed out of the city. Why? Because there’s more jobs than there is housing.”


  • Jeffrey Baker

    I don’t live in Mountain View, but if you do, don’t forget to vote for someone with a working forebrain in this year’s council election.

  • mike_napolis_beard

    That reminds me – maybe it would make more sense to move Geary BRT off of Geary entirely? The project hasn’t been built yet so that means it should be easy to change the plans, right?

  • coolbabybookworm

    It hasn’t been built but it has been extensively planned, brought to the public for input, and environmentally reviewed. That costs a lot of money and time, scrapping those plans would be a loss of millions of (mostly federal, I believe) dollars spent on the project already.

  • jaded

    “The McCoppin Hub Plaza, located at the end of McCoppin street, will serve as a community gathering place” … for the homeless