Today’s Headlines

  • N-Judah Morning Commuters Stuck With Buses Yesterday After Tunnel Work Runs Late (SFGate)
  • Cable Car Operators Call for Better Protection From Reckless Drivers From SFMTA, SFPD (SF Examiner)
  • SFPD Officer Discipline Cases Include Drunk Driving, Brandishing Gun in Road Rage Incident (Examiner)
  • Italian Luxury Car Maker Wants to Put Showroom on Valencia Street (Mission Local)
  • 600-Unit Development Proposed at Market and Van Ness to “Make Best Use of Transit” (Business Times)
  • More on the SFMTA’s Approval of 19th Avenue Upgrades for Muni’s 28 Buses (Hoodline)
  • Leap Bus Listed on eBay for $18,000 (Modern Luxury, NBC)
  • Presidio Parkway Pleases Designer, Drivers (MIJ, SFGateABC), Despite Lane Striping Issues (KRON)
  • Small Fire Closes Two Lanes on Bay Bridge East Span (NBC, SFBay)
  • CA High-Speed Rail Authority Plans to Compete for Caltrain Riders on the Peninsula (Green Caltrain)
  • Caltrain to Test New “Positive Train Control” System at Night This Week (Almanac)
  • Menlo Park Plans September Workshop to Boost Transit on Dumbarton Corridor (Green Caltrain)

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