A "safety advocate" rewrote the story of her friend's tragic death and has been using it to bolster for her personal "safety" agenda.
New Yorkers should not have to choose between ending mass incarceration and safety, says Manhattan DA candidate Lucy Lang. Restorative-justice techniques can help achieve both.
How Public Transit Can Lure Back Riders (Marketplace) Public Transportation is Freedom (SFExaminer) San Mateo Transit Anticipates More Funds (DailyJournal) Readers Say What They Want to Hold Onto, Post Pandemic (SFGate) More on Fight to Preserve Slow Streets (NYTimes) Bucking Trend, Upwork Moving to San Francisco (SFGate) Fourplexes Coming? (SFChron) S.F. Removes Last Large Homeless […]
No other city in the world closed their entire subway for the COVID crisis. Why does San Francisco find this acceptable?
Here is a list of (mostly) online/webinar events this week.
Car-Free JFK Fight Continues, Despite Data (SFChron) Demonstrators Demand Great Walkway Stay For People (CBSLocal) Push Back Continues Against Slow Streets (SFExaminer) More on Muni’s Return (NBCBayArea, CBSLocal) But no Cable Cars Yet (USAToday) Berkeley’s Plans to Make Cal and Dwight Safer (Berkeleyside) Newsom Promises Funds for Cal Bullet Train (KTLA5) Plans for State Budget […]