Today’s Headlines

  • Juvenile Driver of Stolen Car Crashes Into Garden at Hayes and Lyon Streets (Hoodline)
  • Market Street Bike Lanes Get Fresh Pavement, Green Coat Between Van Ness and Duboce (SFBike)
  • BART Launches Surveys on Montgomery and Embarcadero Station Improvements (SF ExaminerABC)
  • Port of SF Hopes to Grow Water Taxi Services Such as “Tideline” (ABC)
  • Margarita Gutierrez, 26, ID’d as Woman Killed in Crash on Fifth Street I-280 Off-Ramp (CoCo Times)
  • MTC Report Shows Neglected Bay Area Roads Remain “Consistently Mediocre” (KTVU, CBS)
  • Bay Bridge East Span Lit Up With New LEDs (NBC)
  • Crane That Built New Bay Bridge Span Given Away for Free to Build Bridge in New York (SFGate)
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements Among Upgrades Coming to Marin’s Civic Center (Marin IJ)
  • More on the New Caltrain Commuter Coalition Pushing for Electrification Funding (Daily Journal)
  • Cupertino Residents Mourn Killed Bicycling Teen, Launch Online Petition to Demand Safer Street (ABC)
  • Community Raises Funds to Help Family of SJSU Student Killed by Drunk Driver (KRON)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • theqin

    Townsend St desperately needs new pavement for the bike lanes between 2nd street and 5th. The block between 3rd and 4th is especially bad. I know probably the city decided that this area is under construction due to the central subway and delayed its repayment, but it is in seriously bad condition given the number of riders that utilize this area.

  • ladyfleur

    Psst. Your link for the Margarita Gutierrez story is off. Feel free to delete this comment after you fix it.

  • Nicasio Nakamine

    YES! The pavement is unbelievably bad here. I have actually improved my balance from riding on the painted line everyday to avoid some bone-rattling.

    Something needs to happen in front of the Caltrain station on Townsend as well. Every day it is an anarchic nightmare, morning and night.