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Is BART Running Out of Money? (SFChron) BART’s Welcome Back/Recovery Plan (SFGate, SFChron) SFMTA’s Data Driven Recovery (MassTransit) California is Opening too Quickly (SFExaminer) Still no ‘Open Streets’ in the Tenderloin (Hoodline) Neighbors Suing over Stanyan Street Camping Site (SFExaminer) City College May Leave Fort Mason (SFExaminer) Napa Wants ‘Slow Streets’ (NapaValleyRegister) The Best Bike […]

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Upgrading Clipper (IntelTransport) Public Spaces for Retail (SFChron) Prop. 13 Fight in the Time of COVID (SFChron) City Opens Tenderloin Parking Lot for Homeless (Hoodline) Sanctioned Encampment Riles Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood (SFChron) Driver Hits Woman at 24th and Bryant (Hoodline) More on Boon for Bicycles (KOB4) More on Pier 45 Fire and Aftermath (SFExaminer) More on […]
Proposed "shared streets" and expanded curbside pedestrian areas, part of the city's COVID-19 mobility plan. Courtesy of the City of Somerville.
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A Large Town Answer to COVID-19 Mobility

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The City of Somerville, Mass. has announced a citywide mobility strategy to provide safer walking and biking routes with more room for physical distancing as “stay at home” orders ease this spring and summer. Roughly a quarter of Somerville’s households are car-free. The city’s COVID-19 mobility plan therefore focuses on creating safer routes between residential neighborhoods […]