Bay Area goals are aligned with Copenhagen's. But the ability to deliver, that's a different story, says a SPUR panel after a visit to Denmark
The city's half-assed plan starts construction this week
SFMTA’s Budget Woes (SFChron) Muni Passenger Satisfaction Rises (SFBay) On Salesforce Park (SFGate) Plan to Barricade Capp Street (SFChron) Urban Alchemy and Saving San Francisco Streets (SFStandard) Richmond’s Deadly Greenway Gap (EastBayTimes) Google San Jose Village Makes Progress (EastBayTimes) Advocates Push for Less Parking in San Jose (MercuryNews) Weather will Warm, Bringing Pollution (SFChron) Commentary: […]
In most U.S. metros, renters and buyers alike pay a steep premium to live in walkable neighborhoods, a new report finds — except for a small handful of U.S. cities where they actually cost less than car-dominated ones.
Safety Sam the Cone(head?) reminds drivers not to be jerks and run people over
Here is a list of events this week.