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Eyes on the Street: San Francisco Joins the Sidewalk-Level Bike Lane Club

Alameda, Fremont, Oakland—San Francisco finally gets one too

April 9, 2024

SFMTA and Mayor Refuse to Support Citywide Ban on ‘Right on Red’

City to get "no turn on red" signs for 200 intersections, rather than an outright ban as called for by County Supervisors

April 4, 2024

St. Charles Avenue Finally Gets its Curb Cut

It took years to get a simple curb cut done on a bike route between SF State and Daly City BART. It just shouldn't be this hard.

March 26, 2024

Commentary: The West Portal Tragedy and the Unfathomable Cost of Motordom

Unrestricted driving, wide forgiving roads, little to no physical infrastructure to force speed reductions, and no real police enforcement—this is the predictable and inevitable result

March 20, 2024

CTC: Caltrans Will Push for Funding for Flawed Yolo Causeway Project

Caltrans wants advance funding for a project that hasn't completed the environmental evaluation process, and about which there are serious questions.

March 20, 2024

Lawmakers Launch Bill They Hope Will Make Bay Area Transit Awesome

But many advocates are already concerned it could provide funding for more highways. And will it really provide the seamless and equitable transit system everyone says they want?

March 19, 2024

Superhero of Safer 17th

Streetsblog talks with Peter Belden, an independent advocate who helped lead the effort for a safer 17th

March 14, 2024

Advocates Demand Change After Another Crash on International

At least 14 people were injured Friday in yet another collision on International Blvd. in Oakland, this time involving two drivers and a bus.

March 12, 2024

CARB Announces Planning, Clean Transportation Grants

The programs are aimed at helping communities work together, make decisions and prioritize clean transportation projects they want to see, and then plan for those projects to be completed.

March 8, 2024