Today’s Headlines

  • Supervisors, Mayor Kick Off SFTRU’s Muni 22-Day Riding Challenge (CBS, SFGate, SFBay, KTVU)
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Injures Man on Bike on Valencia at 17th Street (Mission Local)
  • Driver Injures Woman “Jaywalking” With Dog on Castro Near 18th Street (Hoodline)
  • Community Meeting Held on Short-Term Street Safety Upgrades on Octavia Boulevard (Hoodline)
  • Driver Fleeing Police Crashes Into Cars at Fifth and Market, Injuring Two (KTVU, CBS, ABC)
  • Man Steals BMW From SoMa Dealership, Crashes Into Parked Car, Gets Arrested (ABC, CBS)
  • Car Towing in SF is So Expensive Because of Costly Yard Rent, Parking Enforcement Salaries (KQED)
  • Antioch Removes Guerrilla Speed Bumps Installed By Mother of Hit-and-Run Victim (NBC, CBS)
  • How Berkeley is Building Housing for People Without Housing for Cars (SF Magazine)
  • Oakland Struggles to Curb Car Sideshows (ABC, People Behaving Badly)
  • Alamedan Op-Ed: Road Diet Would Change Central Avenue’s “Chaotic, Unpredictable” Status Quo
  • Stanley Roberts Finds Drivers Ignoring Red Right-Turn Signal Outside New Alameda In-N-Out

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • thielges

    The road diet report for San Jose’s Lincoln Ave. in Willow Glen has been released:

  • david vartanoff

    on apts w/o parking. Great move forward–especially facilitating transit passes, car sharing.

  • gneiss

    AB 40, the legislative measure to prevent the state and other authorities from imposing tolls on people walking and biking on bridges passed the Assembly 57-12 today:

  • Gezellig

    Go SFTRU Muni Challenge! Really exciting to see the turnout.

    I couldn’t make it to the press conference because of work but the night before a bunch of us made signs. Though I couldn’t be there, it looks like one of my signs even “met” Supe Wiener haha:

    Major props to everyone organizing this and for those who turned up to hold the posters and show support–awesome group effort!

  • Gezellig

    Also, the Leaderboard is live! You can keep updated on it here:

    Current stats show that so far at least 6 Supes and even the Mayor have ridden Muni at least once, while 5 have yet to get #OnBoardSF.

    Come June 22nd wonder who’ll win the 1st Annual Bob Gunderson Award For Fewest Muni Rides!