Today’s Headlines

  • Lawsuit Appeal Halts Muni’s Central Subway Turnaround Planned in Dogpatch (Potrero)
  • Thursday: Community Meeting on Octavia Blvd Safety Upgrades, “Freeway Revolt Memorial” (Hoodline)
  • Bulb-Outs, Rain Gardens Completed Along Oak and Fell Street Bike Lanes (Hoodline)
  • SFMTA Puts Stickers on Parking Meters to Make Tow-Away Times Clearer (Hoodline)
  • SFPD Still Searching for Robbers Who Killed Bridget Klecker in Car Chase at Calif. and Kearny (ABC)
  • Supervisor Yee: Installing GPS on City Vehicles Could Save Lives and Money (SF Examiner)
  • BART Riders Continue to Cope With “Crush Loads” as Substantial Improvements Await (SFGate, CBS)
  • Caltrain Receives Used Train Cars From LA Metrolink to Be Refurbished Over Next Year (CBS)
  • “Echo Boomers” Crave Family Housing in Urban Places (Chron), But Bay Area Fails to Build it (Biz)
  • SF Chronicle: CA’s System of High Traffic Fines Leading to Suspended Licenses is a “Debtor’s Prison”
  • Bay Area Roads See No Improvement in Pavement Quality Over Past Year (SFBay)
  • Caltrans Opens $63 Million “Flyover” Ramp in San Jose at Highway 280/880 Interchange (NBC)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA