Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Launches “Muni Forward” Service Boosts, Route Name Changes (SFBay, KRONKTVU, CBS)
  • More on the 22-Day Muni Riding Challenge: Sup. Breed Commits, No Word From the Mayor (Examiner)
  • SFMTA Looks to Improve Residential Parking Permits: They’re “Worth a Lot More Than $110” (Chronicle)
  • Litigant Argues State Bill AB 61 Will “Give Away” Bus Stops to Private Shuttle Companies (48 Hills)
  • Hairball, Alemany Maze Highway Interchanges Could Finally Get Some Attention (D10 Watch)
  • Some Inner Sunset Meeting Attendees Find More Space for Transit, Peds “Hard to Accept” (Hoodline)
  • A History of SF’s Precursors to Taxis, When Cars Were Still “Unfamiliar and Frightening” (Taxicab)
  • BART Board Member Wants Posters to Raise Awareness That There is a BART Board (SF Chronicle)
  • East Bay Groups Push for Free AC Transit Passes for Low-Income Youth (East Bay Express)
  • Another Person Hit By Caltrain (Mercury); Agency Questions Effectiveness of Fences in Palo Alto (PA)
  • Driver Distracted By Highway 92’s Scenery Crashes Head-On Into Another Driver in San Mateo (CBS)
  • More Updates on Bicycle-Related State Legislation From Cyclelicious

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