Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Hits Grandmother and Child at 43rd and Rivera in the Outer Sunset (SFBay)
  • Supervisor Christensen Makes Push to Buy Pagoda Theatre Site for Central Subway Station (Examiner)
  • Avalos “Disappointed” in SFPD Chief Suhr’s Opposition to Bike Yield Law (Mission Local)
  • Driver in Car Crash Robbed By Man From Other Car at Evans and Phelps in Bayview (SF Examiner)
  • Group of 20 UCSF Scientists Opposes Warriors Arena Over Traffic (SFGate)
  • Photos: Lincoln Way Wasn’t Always the Motorway it Is Today (Hoodline)
  • More on Anti-Eviction Activists’ Shuttle-Blaming (SF Examiner)
  • Some Tech Shuttle Drivers Homeless, Live in Cars Due to Lacking Pay (SF Chronicle)
  • Uber Buys Building at 19th Street BART in Oakland, Will Add Parking (Biz Times, SocketSiteOak Trib)
  • Google’s Bike Vision Plan to Copenhagenize Silicon Valley Gets Coverage From NBC
  • New Milpitas BART Station Takes Shape in San Jose (Mercury News)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • david vartanoff

    parking for a building which historically had a direct basement entrance to a BART station???

  • Darksoul SF

    43rd and Rivera has no marked crosswalks or stop signs

  • Andy Chow

    This is a company that encourages car ownership as a ticket to join the gig economy.

  • gneiss

    At the same time that KTVU was recording it’s damning video of ‘scofflaw bicyclists’ less than two blocks away a motorist drove up onto the N-Judah platform on Duboce and got their undercarriage wedged such that it needed to get removed by a tow truck.

    Nice to know our media provides such unbiased reporting services…

  • tomtip

    Is there something about a car-centric business wanting car-centric access that is difficult for you to understand?