Suggestions from advocates for closing a $68 million SFMTA deficit
Berkeley's City Council to consider removing minimum parking regulations and requiring unbundling of costs for certain types of homes
Ending the pedestrian death crisis will take real money, policy and cultural change — not just another government report with a laundry list of missed opportunities, proposed research and little else.
We know 2020 was not the year we hoped, but help us stay strong for a better 2021.
SFMTA Budget Crisis Grows (SFExaminer, KQED) Workers Head Back into Twin Peaks Tunnel (SFBay) Stimulus Needed for Transit (Newsweek) ‘Drastic’ Shelter in Place Coming (SFExaminer, EastBayTimes, Hoodline) Genentech to Expand its Campus (DailyJournal) More on S.F.’s Curfew (SFChron) Parklets Designed for Free (SFChron) Dolores Park as Indigenous Cultural District (SFExaminer) Implications of High-End Real Estate […]
Some more agony caused by the Bay Area's unsafe streets: this time for Streetsblog San Francisco's editor