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Prop L would increase gridlock in San Francisco
08/29/2014
 Ever try to park in a bustling San Francisco neighborhood where scarce on-street parking isn’t managed with meters, or when meters are no longer in use? If so, you’ve probably had a tough time...
Crowded Muni car, by torbakhopper via Flickr
08/27/2014
Dear reader, we hear your cry for “Better Muni NOW!” We know you are at your wits’ end, and simply can’t wait any longer for woefully overdue transportation improvements in San Francisco. No one...
Ryan Wiggins Headshot
08/25/2014
Thanks to the California legislature's latest decision, this little girl - like all of us - can breathe a little easier.  On Friday, California Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg...
Photo credit: Noah Berger
08/20/2014
It’s official! Alameda County’s 2014 transportation funding measure finally has a name: Measure BB. We’ve been excited about this funding measure for several months and now that it has an official...
08/18/2014
For Leo Martinez, the hardest part of high school isn’t algebra or English – it’s crossing the street safely to get to first period. When he started his freshman year at San Lorenzo High School,...
08/07/2014
How can public transportation thrive in the South Bay? Although it may sound like a simple enough question, the percentage of people who drive to work is higher here than Los Angeles, the poster...
Ryan Wiggins Headshot
08/04/2014
Now that the ink on the California state budget is dry, the hard work of implementation – deciding how to select which projects and programs are funded with the billions of dollars of cap-and-trade...
08/01/2014
Plan Bay Area just turned one year old! But instead of the traditional cake routine, we’re celebrating the birthday of our first regional plan for sustainable housing and transportation growth by...
07/31/2014
We’ve all heard the complaints about overcrowded buses and strained service on San Francisco’s Muni system. On this November’s ballot, the voters will have an opportunity to approve a fix....
07/28/2014
Berkeley’s Downtown Area Plan was finalized in 2012 thanks to years of meaningful public input and support. But this Plan is being threatened by a new initiative that would undo several parts of the...

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