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Earth is unhealthy for humans, and it's our fault; SF formally files request to revisit robotaxi decision; Berkeley landlords hold a party to celebrate the end of eviction moratorium and renters call them out; More

8:42 AM PDT on September 14, 2023

San Francisco 2020. Photo by Peter Ensrud, Ensrud Photography

  • Earth is becoming unhealthy for human habitation, and it's the fault of humanity (AP)
  • Pedestrians in Sacramento "just want a sidewalk" (Sacramento Bee)
  • On-demand transit is cheap to ride, very expensive to run (LA Times)
  • San Francisco formally files request to revisit state's decision to allow more robotaxis (SF Standard)
  • Landlords celebrate end of the eviction moratorium with wine and cheese, and protestors disrupt the party (Berkeleyside)
  • San Francisco gets state funding for affordable housing, infrastructure, public transit (City of San Francisco)
  • At its current pace, San Francisco would take 263 years to meet housing element goals (SF Examiner)

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