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)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • david vartanoff

    Caltrain to delay traffic? Great. Don’t like it? pay for grade separation out of gas tax–presumably eliminating grade crossings is a “highway improvement”.

  • 94110

    An overview of grade separations:

    I’d say several of the listed intersections shouldn’t see grade separations yet. Palo Alto would love to have those intersections grade separated for two tracks so quad tracking (which is most important through Palo Alto) would be impossible.

    This will be a huge fight. Caltrain has no reason to budge. CHSR may get involved as well.

  • thielges

    Caltrain IS traffic.

  • Gezellig
  • dat

    The Golden Gate Bridge is closed this weekend? Awesome! It’ll be so nice to have a pleasant weekend in SF without all of that riff-raff from Marin County in the city! Fewer speeding Bimmers to dodge, fewer Cervelos and Sevens plodding along on the roadways. Like a little slice of heaven right here!