Today’s Headlines

  • Muni Metro Double Berthing Gets Green Light From CPUC to Launch as Early as May (SF Examiner)
  • Disability Advocates Protest Muni Proposal to Re-Route 33-Stanyan From SF General Hospital (Tecolote)
  • SPUR: Muni’s New, More Legible Map Helps Create a More Seamless Transit System
  • Walk to Work Day: City Officials, Advocates Gather Again to Mark Progress on Safer Streets (SF Appeal)
  • Market Street Prototyping Festival Lines Sidewalks to Create “More Dynamic Social Spaces” (ABC)
  • “Walk [Your City]” Signs Posted Around San Jose, SF Showing Walking Times to Destinations (SFBay)
  • Tenderloin Residents, Workers Petition to Remove a Second Block of Parking to Deter Crime (Hoodline)
  • McCoppin Hub Still Closed for Vandalism Repairs, Says DPW, But Neighbors Don’t Buy it (MLocal)
  • Man Who Ran Over Fireman Charged With Torture, Mayhem, and Assault With a Deadly Weapon (NBC)
  • San Mateo County Police Target Distracted Drivers in Daly City, South SF (People Behaving Badly)
  • San Jose’s Parking Meters Glitch When Trucks Roll By, Drivers Get Tickets (NBC)

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