Today’s Headlines

  • Like Other Neighborhoods, 83 Percent of People Get to Castro Businesses Without a Car (Hoodline)
  • More than 53 miles of Bike Lane Upgrades Planned in SF This Year (SF Examiner)
  • City Agencies Launch Online Progress Tracker for Transit, Safe Streets Upgrades (SFMTA)
  • Utility Work Begins on Haight and Hayes Streets, Muni 6 Buses Re-Routed on Haight (Hoodline)
  • Port of SF to Test Solutions to Alleviate Traffic Woes at Cruise Terminal on Embarcadero (Hoodline)
  • Uber Driver Assaults, Robs Passenger After Offering Destination With Drugs, Prostitutes (SFBay)
  • In Other States, Ride-Hail Drivers Face Stricter Background Check Requirements (Public Press)
  • BART Delayed By Smoking Train at 16th Street Station (ABC, CBS)
  • Sunnyvale Driver Kills Bicycle Rider at Fremont and Mary Avenues (Cyclelicious, NBC, ABC)
  • CHP Cracks Down on Drivers Using Phones: “People See Their Commute as Empty Time” (ABC)
  • CA Bill Requiring Rear White Flashing Lights Amended to Allow Red Lights in Lieu of Reflectors (Cycle)

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