Today’s Headlines

  • Supes Threaten to Reject SFMTA Budget (SFWeekly)
  • New BART Last-Mile Shuttles (EastBayTimesCBSLocal)
  • California Continues Pursuit of Emissions Free Cars (SFChron)
  • Plan to Revive Fort Scott (SFChron)
  • Breed Struggles with Supes Over Housing Plan (SFChron)
  • Eagle Plaza to Break Ground (Hoodline)
  • Hayes Valley Sake Shop Thinks only Motorists Spend Money (Hoodline)
  • Ethical Cities Use Red Light Cameras (EastBayTimes)
  • Regional Measure 3 Upheld Again in Court (MarinIJ)
  • Crops on Berkeley Rooftops (Berkeleyside)
  • Fire Hydrants Honored (SFExaminer)
  • Commentary: Most S.F. Supes Continue to Resist Housing (SFChron)

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  • mx

    “Supes Threaten to Reject SFMTA Budget”

    Muni Metro falls apart three or more times a week and SFMTA still hasn’t returned to the basic goal of getting 98.5% of its promised service actually on the street, but the reason Supes want to flip the table is because the parking lots have 38 fewer staffers?

  • xplosneer

    Antioch shuttle

    “Local officials in suburban areas have long been frustrated by BART’s unwillingness to provide adequate parking in areas that don’t have the frequent bus service of urban cities.”

    *eye roll*