Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Veers Off Highway 80 Ramp Into Homeless Encampment at Fifth and Harrison (SFBay)
  • Van Ness Ave to Close to Traffic This Weekend for CPMC Hospital Tunnel Construction (ABC)
  • SFMTA to Install 28 Electronic Bike Lockers at Four Sites By January 2017 (SF Examiner)
  • Jon Orcutt: SF Bike-Share Poised to Be Largest Per Capita in U.S.; More Coverage (KQED, WeeklyMerc)
  • “Muni Forward” Upgrades Will Be Biggest Expansion in Decades (Exam, CBS); SF Chronicle Applauds
  • Muni Operator Gets Job Back After Being Accused of Tampering With Bus Camera (SFGate)
  • SFPUC Looks to Expand Pedestrian-Scaled Lighting in the Tenderloin (Hoodline)
  • BART Track Replacement Way Overdue (Chron); First Weekend of Coliseum Track Closures (ABC)
  • AC Transit’s “Intimidating” Chief the Latest to Be Removed in Last Few Years (Chronicle, Bay Area)
  • Tower Proposed Next to Caltrain in SoMa (Biz); San Mateo Development the “Next Hayes Valley”? (Biz)
  • Palo Alto Proposes Cameras Along Caltrain Tracks to Fight Rash of Student Suicides (Mercury)
  • Lincoln Ave Road Diet in San Jose’s Willow Glen Gets Mixed Reviews in Its First Month (Mercury)

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