Today’s Headlines

  • UCSF Endorses Warriors Development After Transit Plans Worked Out (Biz Times, SF Gate, Socketsite)
  • SFMTA to Host Public Meeting on L-Taraval Proposed Safety Improvements Tonight (SF Bay)
  • Chinatown Residents Advocate for “Pedestrian Scramble” to Improve Safety at Intersections (SF Examiner)
  • 27-Year-Old Driver Critically Injures 74-Year-Old Woman in Crosswalk at Third and Brannan (Hoodline)
  • More on SFPD Grant for Education and Enforcement to Prevent Traffic Fatalities (SF News)
  • Divisadero Owners Say They’re Selling Carwash Because Fewer People Are Driving (Hoodline)
  • SF Compared to Other Cities Who Use Bike Yield Law, Where Less Injuries Reported (SF Chron, CityLab)
  • More on SFMTA Report on Tech Shuttle Bus Impacts (CBS, CityLab, KQED)
  • Transportation Sustainability Fee Takes Another Step Forward at Land Use Committee (SF Examiner)
  • Today, 14,000 Students from 95 Schools to Participate in Walk and Roll to School Day (ABC)
  • Marin Supervisors Unanimously Approve Parking Plan for Muir Woods (MIJ)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • mx

    And Muni Metro service broke down during the evening rush hour last night.

  • Darksoul SF

    Muni 18-46th Avenue and 57-Parkmerced has time issues (18-46th Avenue route only have 3 to 4 drivers running every 20 minutes from start of service to 10pm.) 57-Parkmerced has 5 drivers on route running every 20 minutes until 11PM (End of Service)