Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Arrested for Killing Pei Fong Yim, 78, in Crosswalk North of Stockton Tunnel (KTVU, ABC)
  • Woman Drives With Parking Control Officer on Hood, Almost Entering Central Freeway (Hoodline)
  • Car Flipped on Oak at Divisadero; SFPD Officer: “An Accident is All it Was” (Hoodline)
  • Pedestrian, Muni Rider Injured After 71 Bus Driver Hits Person Walking at Market and Seventh (Appeal)
  • Mayor Signs Contract for New Muni Trains (SFGate, CBS); Current Trains Used to Collect Data (Exam)
  • Park(ing) Day Returns (Curbed, CBS), But it May Be Vanishing in the Age of Parklets (Mission Local)
  • The Richmond’s First On-Street Car-Share Parking Spaces Are Being Installed (Richmond SF)
  • Many of SFMTA’s Parking Meters Still Say Parking is Not Free on Sundays (CBS)
  • Update on the Castro Street Revamp (Hoodline); Sidewalks to Feature Castro History Facts (BAR)
  • Why Castro Street Was Connected to Divisadero Street (Hoodline)
  • Perspectives From Oakland and Berkeley on CA’s New Three-Foot Bike Passing Law (Oakland North)
  • Man Killed by Driver in South SF While Walking on Road Without Sidewalks or Lights (KTVU)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • ladyfleur

    A sober driver arrested for hitting and killing someone walking across the street, on the day it happened? Pinch me, I must be dreaming. Thank you, SFPD, for standing up for people who are vulnerable to death and injury from careless drivers, especially our elderly and children.

  • hp2ena

    Q&A on the new three-foot passing law: