Today’s Headlines

  • Transbay Transit Center Woes Continue (Curbed)
  • Stockton Winter Walk Returns (SFChron)
  • Marina Jump Bike Facility to Close (SFExaminer)
  • Pedal-Electric Trike Bike the New Thing? (SFExaminer)
  • Residents of Diablo Country Club Block Cyclists (EastBayTimes)
  • Missing the BART Howl? (SFChron)
  • More on BART Coffee Shop Fraud (SFWeekly)
  • More on Howard Terminal Ballpark Proposal (SFChron)
  • Google Buys Billion Dollar Office in Mountain View (SFChron)
  • Berkeley Pricing Out Non-Rich (Berkeleyside)
  • Historic Photos of SF (Curbed)
  • Letter: HSR Progress is Real (EastBayTimes)

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  • Mario Tanev

    “The reopening of Stockton Street will end not only a major detour that severed a critical route to the Bay Bridge and Interstate 80 but a divisive debate over whether the two blocks should be barricaded permanently and turned into a pedestrian mall.”

    Unsurprisingly San Francisco has decided to induce private vehicular traffic in the highest pedestrian and transit area in the city.

  • p_chazz

    Like it or not, Stockton Street is a major connector of Chinatown/North Beach, Union Square, SoMa, US 101 and points south. Sticking a pedestrian mall in the middle of it interrupts the grid and makes getting around that much more difficult.