Happy Independence Day!

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Just a quick note to wish all of Streetsblog’s readers and supporters a very enjoyable Fourth of July holiday. Barring any breaking news, Streetsblog San Francisco will be taking a publishing hiatus on the 5th and 6th, returning in full swing on Monday, July 9.

Again, have a great holiday and thanks for your support!

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A Happy and Safe New Year from Streetsblog San Francisco

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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, […]

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After receiving applications from many fine journalists, I’m pleased to announce that OpenPlans is hiring a new editor to manage Streetsblog San Francisco. Aaron Bialick will be taking the reins full-time starting on January 3, 2012. Aaron learned the journalism trade at the side of Streetsblog SF founding editor Bryan Goebel. Following Bryan’s departure, Aaron […]

Advocates Rebuff Merchant’s Absurd Argument Against East Bay BRT

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In an op-ed in the Oakland Tribune yesterday, local business owner Randy Reed laid down a whopping piece of misinformation: For businesses, he wrote, enhancing East Bay transportation options with Bus Rapid Transit will be no different than when construction removes all of the car parking on a street. Reed, who led the charge in killing the Telegraph Avenue […]