Today’s Headlines

  • Golden Gate Bridge Closes to Cars for Weekend Tonight; Bike/Walking Paths Will Be Open (ABC, CBS)
  • Two On-Street Car-Share Parking Spaces Come to the Lower Haight (Hoodline)
  • Developer Impact Fee Revenue Doubled in Last Two Fiscal Years; Some Goes to Transportation (Exam)
  • London Breed Voted Board of Supervisors President (SF Examiner, SF Weekly)
  • PG&E Streetlights on One Side of Van Ness Were Out for a Month (Hoodline)
  • Proposed Development at Van Ness and Post Would Include Five-Level Parking Garage (Biz Times)
  • Driver Crashes Into Daly City House, Ruptures Gas Line, Forces Evacuation of Five Homes (Mercury)
  • Curbed SF Features Historical Photos of Bay Area Train Stations
  • Lack of Late-Night BART Service Makes Living in Oakland Less Attractive (SF Business Times)
  • Caltrain Will Use Some of Its Newly-Purchased Cars for Bike Capacity (Green Caltrain)
  • Caltrain Board Approves Electrification EIR, But Transit Group May Sue to Include HSR (Green Caltrain)
  • EIR Says More Frequent, Electrified Caltrain Will Delay Car Traffic at Seven Intersections (Mercury, CBS)

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