Today’s Headlines

  • Alemany Maze Claims Another: Pedestrian Killed By Driver on Highway 101 Connector Ramp (CBS)
  • 75-Year-Old Driver Hits 70-Year-Old Man at Ninth and Mission Streets (Hoodline, SF Appeal)
  • Driving Declines in Bay Area More Than Any Other Metro Area in U.S. (ABC)
  • Small Business Commission Worried About Impacts of Transportation Sustainability Fee (SF Examiner)
  • SFMTA Presents Findings of Four-Year Waterfront Transportation Study (Hoodline)
  • SFDPW Presents Streetscape Revamp Concepts for Fern Street Alley Off of Polk Street (Hoodline)
  • SFBC on Avalos’ Stop Sign Ordinance: “We Need to Modernize Our Outdated Traffic Laws” (KQED)
  • Stanley Roberts Catches Scofflaw Drivers Passing Stopped Cable Cars, Confronts Insulting Driver
  • The Fight That Took the Central Freeway Down in Hayes Valley (Hoodline)
  • BART Riders Notice Cleaner Stations (Examiner); BART to Create Plan for Art in Stations (ABC)
  • Bay Area State Legislators Propose Bills to Fund Transit With Cap-and-Trade, Diesel Tax (Daily Journal)
  • Oil-Funded Group Fights CA Bill Mandating Cuts in Gas Consumption (SF Chronicle – Scroll)

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