Today’s Headlines

  • Supes Reject Mission Housing Moratorium (SFGate); Activists: Luxury Condos Invite More Cars (Exam)
  • Driver Fleeing Police Hits Pedestrian at Eighth and Market, Escapes in Oakland (ABC, CBS)
  • Driver Rear-Ends SFPD Cruiser “Hard Enough to End Up Underneath it” at 31st and Noriega (KTVU)
  • SFMTA Approves Stop Signs on San Jose Ave Where Andrew Wu, 12, Was Killed By Muni Train (Exam)
  • SFMTA Board Makes Church Street’s Red Transit-Only Lanes Permanent (SFBay)
  • Stanley Roberts Explains Assemblymember Chiu’s Bill to Let Muni Cameras Ticket Moving Violations
  • SFTRU: 22-Day Muni Challenge is a Chance for Electeds to Show Leadership for Transit (Examiner)
  • Muni Metro Stalled Due to “Suspicious Package” at West Portal Station (SFGate)
  • BART Sees Major Delays Due to Electrical Problem Between 16th and 24th Street Stations (KTVU, ABC)
  • Sup. Cohen Defends European Sewer Trip By Jabbing at Sup. Kim’s Bike Infrastructure Trip (Chronicle)
  • Parolee Who Crashed Into Cars at Fifth and Market While Fleeing Police Charged (KTVUExaminer)
  • CA Assembly Passes Bill Blocking Bike/Pedestrian Tolls on State Bridges; Senate OK Needed (Marin IJ)

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