Streetsblog San Francisco Taking a Short Break

Photo: David McSpadden/Flickr
Photo: David McSpadden/Flickr

Streetsblog San Francisco is off today and on a limited publishing schedule, tomorrow, Thursday, July 27, and Friday, July 28.

We’ll be back with all the latest on the livable streets movement on Monday, July 31.


Photo: Zoxcleb

Happy Independence Day!

Streetsblog San Francisco will be off on July 3 and 4, returning to our normal publishing schedule on July 5. Have a great and safe holiday weekend and we’ll see you all back on Wednesday.

Today’s Headlines

Safety Advocates Mad at Mayor (SFExaminer) Vision Zero Committee Meeting (SFBay) Study Shows Market Street Turn Restrictions Work (Hoodline) Largest SF Construction Projects (BizJournal) Mission Bay Kids Park to Open Tomorrow (Socketsite) More on Stern Grove Vandalism (SFWeekly) BART Shows Off New Diesel Powered Train (SFGate, MercNews) More on Toll Increase (KQED) Millbrae Program to […]

A Happy and Safe New Year from Streetsblog San Francisco

Streetsblog San Francisco will be off for the holidays tomorrow and Friday. We wish you a safe and happy New Year’s celebration. Get in a good walk or bike ride with that time off! On Monday, January 4, Streetsblog will be back in full swing. We’ll continue our coverage of Bike Yield, WalkSF, Muni, Caltrain, […]

This Week: Plan Bay Area, Upzone Rockridge, Nutrition for Cycling

Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday/tonight! Oakland Measure DD Coalition Meeting: Lake Merritt/Bay Trail projects. The Measure DD Community Coalition was formed to establish a dialogue between the City of Oakland and members of the community on how this bond measure will be implemented. The group meets every other month and is […]