Today’s Headlines

  • At Hearing on Alamo Square Parking Permits, Opponents Defend Free Parking as a “Right” (Hoodline)
  • SFPD Helps Owner Recover Stolen Bike Registered on Bike Index, Listed on Craigslist (Mission Bicycle)
  • Panhandle Curb Ramp Reconstruction Progresses (Panhandle Park Stewards)
  • Mayor Lee Supports Free Muni for Low-Income Disabled and Senior Riders; Decision Tomorrow (SFBay)
  • Supervisor Mar Asks State to Decriminalize Youth Transit Fare Evasion (SFBay)
  • Friday Protests Lead BART to Temporary SF Station Shutdowns; Ridership Drops (SFGate, Exam, ABC)
  • More on Mayor Lee’s Announcement of Support for a Second Transbay BART Tube (SFGate)
  • How the New Bay Bridge East Span Was Designed to Be More Attractive Than Pragmatic (SFGate)
  • Today’s Caltrain Freedom Train Ride Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Will Be the Last (Examiner)
  • Marin Advocate Concerned SMART May Remove Bike/Ped Paths From Rail Plans (Marin IJ)
  • Man in Wheelchair Killed by Driver While Crossing East San Jose Street (CBS)
  • Cyclelicious: Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication Needs to Make People Walking and Biking Safer, Too

Streetsblog will be offline in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and resume publication tomorrow.

  • Andy Chow

    The MLK group may no longer want to charter a train from Caltrain, but can certain continue the tradition by boarding regularly scheduled trains. I think things like reserving a car and group ticket purchase is possible and something that Caltrain marketing staff can coordinate.