Today’s Headlines

  • Woman on Bike Hospitalized by Hit-and-Run SUV Driver at 19th and Capp Streets (Mission Local)
  • In Four Months, SFPD Has Only Cited Four Drivers for Violating CA’s 3-Foot Bike Passing Law (Examiner)
  • Balboa Park Citizens Advisory Committee Needs Members to Help Shape Streets (Ingleside Light)
  • KQED‘s Bryan Goebel Explains the Current Grand Vision for Transportation in the Bay Area
  • Survey: goBerkeley Demand-Based Pricing Made Parking Easier at Popular Destinations (Berkeleyside)
  • Bringing Your Bike on Bay Area Transit is Easier Than Ever (SFGate)
  • At Least BART’s Ticket Machines are Simpler Than the NYC Subway’s (Next City)
  • San Rafael Residents Concerned Plans for Bike/Ped Path Along SMART Are Incomplete (Marin IJ)
  • South SF Moves to Improve Access to Its Caltrain Station (Green Caltrain)
  • Palo Alto Competition Jury Selects Favored Design for Bike/Ped Bridge Over Hwy 101 (SFGate)
  • Metering Lights Coming to Hwy 85 in South Bay to Ease Congestion (ABC)
  • Mountain View City Council Looks to Develop Downtown Parking Lots (PT)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Some of my anti-infill/pro-sprawl Potrero Hill neighbors are gearing up for a fight against a “too big” 316-unit project today:

  • aslevin
  • 94103er

    That Ingleside Light article, by the by, is entitled “Only the Community Can Fix Up Balboa Park Station.” Wait, what? Are we really at a point where we’ve thrown up our hands and declared our transit and planning agencies can’t do their jobs anymore?

    See, this is what I’m talking about. Some little neighborhood blog in Ingleside is pretty much all we have for reporting on ‘progress’ toward doing something about the intractable disaster that is the Balboa Park transit hub. Meanwhile, 3 miles north, Mission residents are complaining basically that they’re getting too much attention from SF Planning and want to be left alone to deal with their pedestrian hazards and blight.

    Jesus criminy, who is minding the store around here these days?!?