Today’s Headlines

  • Sup. Wiener Proposes Reducing or Eliminating Towing Fees for Victims of Car Theft (Examiner, KTVU)
  • LGBT Honor Walk Plaques Unveiled on Castro Street’s Newly Widened Sidewalks (ABC)
  • NBC‘s “Today” Show Watches Bait Bike Get Stolen in the Mission, Tracks it to Home in SF
  • Water Taxi Service to Expand as Development Increases Along the Embarcadero (SF Examiner)
  • SFGate‘s C.W. Nevius: Everyone Loves the Warriors Arena’s New Transit-Friendly Site in Mission Bay
  • Planned Building Development in Chinatown to Extend St Mary’s Square on Rooftop (Examiner)
  • Cabbie Runs Five Apps on Dashboard (Weekly); More on the Cal Study on Uber, Lyft Usage (SFGate)
  • No Delays in Re-Opening Hwy 280 After Caltrans Finishes Work Ahead of Schedule (KTVUABC)
  • BART Board Member James Fang Criticized for False Endorsement Claims in Board Race (SFGate)
  • SM County Times Columnist Wonders Why Caltrain’s Outgoing Director Didn’t Mention CAHSR
  • Green Caltrain Posits Challenges for Next Leader; More Coverage of Caltrain’s Capacity Problem (Biz)
  • Driver Hit, Killed on Amtrak Tracks in Oakland (CBS); Pittsburg Driver Kills Woman on Sidewalk (KTVU)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • baklazhan

    I don’t love the Warriors new “transit-friendly” arena, and I don’t think it’s particularly transit-friendly. What is the capacity of the T? 3,000 per hour? With regular commuters filling up half of that, just how are 20,000 attendees supposed to get there?

    Of course– the actual plan is to have a large majority drive.