Today’s Headlines

  • California Could Lose Oversight of Driverless Cars (BizTimes)
  • Returning to Outer Mission Buildings Damaged by Fire (SFChron)
  • Housing Above Rebuilt Cole Hardware (Hoodline)
  • Hayes Valley Mortuary to Make Way for Housing (Socketsite)
  • Negotiations for Mixed Use Near 19th Street BART Fail (BizTimes)
  • Lyft’s Chariot-Style Bus Service (SFGate)
  • Forest Hills Hit and Run (Hoodline)
  • A Local Adventure on the Bus (SFChron)
  • Burlingame Tax for Street, Sidewalk, Other Improvements (DailyJournal)
  • Giant Peace Sign for San Rafael Street Fest (MarinIJ)
  • Commentary: Elevate the SMART Train (MarinIJ)

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  • Corvus Corax

    I guess it makes sense for there to be federal laws governing driverless car, since interstate highways exist; but I found the final paragraph disconcerting and I think there must be vigorous opposition.

    Another draft bill would no longer require automakers to publicly
    disclose crashes involving autonomous cars. Rather, that data would get
    sent to U.S. regulators as “confidential business information,”

  • murphstahoe