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  1. Pedestrian Access to South San Francisco Caltrain Station Gets a BoostRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 |

    Passengers currently have to access the South San Francisco Caltrain station via the Grand Avenue overpass and walk across the tracks to board trains. Photo: Andrew Boone The South San Francisco Caltrain station is set to get better walking connections to downtown and a more spacious boarding area after the San Mateo County Transportation Authority Board awarded a grant for station reconstruction last Thursday.


  2. New Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf: "Time to Re-Envision Our Roads"Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2015 | Streetsblog

    New Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf showed promise as an executive with a smart vision for her city's streets at the annual kick-off party for Young Professionals in Transportation's SF Bay chapter this week. In an interview at the event with Sam Greenspan of the podcast 99% Invisible, Schaaf said "it's time we re-envision how we use roads" and that "we need to create a physical environment that encourages active transportation."


  3. How SF's Residential Parking Permit Prices Favor Car OwnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 |

    The fee is especially favorable compared to the single-day permit rate, which is 40 times higher. That means people who only occasionally need to park a car in their neighborhood pay a lot more per hour than people who take up street space every day for personal car storage.


  4. SF: SF Voters Reject Cars-First Prop L - Will City Hall Finally Take the Hint?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2014 |

    According to Folks for Polk, merchants took about 10 "Yes on L" posters even "after the facts were made clear." Photo: Folks for Polk Leaders at City Hall, and the agencies that shape SF's streets, should read the writing on the wall: San Franciscans want to put the era of automobile-centric streets behind them, and it's time to stop letting a vocal minority of curmudgeons hamper efforts to make streets safer and Muni more reliable.


  5. San Bruno Voters to Determine Future Downtown Growth with Measure NRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2014 |

    The San Bruno Caltrain Station Area, as envisioned by the city's Transit Corridors Plan with future retail and office development. Planners say the plan depends on the passage of Measure N. Image: Yes for San Bruno - Supporting Measure N Last week, just two weeks before San Bruno voters choose whether or not to approve the Measure N ballot measure, city officials finally cleared the last legal hurdle for the measure, which would modify building height limits that voters set in 1977 with Ordinance 1284.


  6. Sorry, Sean Parker: Fighting Safe Streets With Prop L Won't Help the PoorRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2014 |

    We may never know why Sean Parker decided to pour tens of thousands of dollars into Proposition L, a measure crafted and funded by Republicans who want to enshrine 20th-century car-centric policies in San Francisco. With his contribution, Parker decided to amplify this "primal scream from motorists," as the Bay Guardian put it.


  7. Just a Reminder: There Are a Ton of Bikes on Market StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2014 |

    San Franciscans may take it for granted, but to most Americans, the volume of bike traffic on Market Street resembles a Critical Mass ride more than a weekday rush hour. SF's main thoroughfare regularly sees more than 3,000 people ride by the bike counter on weekdays at Market and Eighth Streets - and that's just in one direction.


  8. After 50 Events, Sunday Streets Director Departs to Spread the WordRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2014 |

    Susan King is moving on from her position at Livable City as director of SF's Sunday Streets, after hosting the 50th open streets event yesterday in the Mission.


  9. New "No On L" Campaign Combats Cars-First "Restore Balance" MeasureRead the original story

    Aug 6, 2014 |

    The slogan of the opposition campaign is "No on Gridlock, No on L," and its website calls the measure "a radical effort to reverse our environmental and transportation policies and to send San Francisco backwards."


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