In this week’s newsletter, we cover City College's opposition to a protected bike lane and more.
Buses, Bikes, Streetcars
The college's leaders passed a resolution opposing transportation agency plans for a protected bike lane on Frida Kahlo Way.
Two teenagers died while riding on top of BART trains between Balboa Park and Daly City stations.
Transit-only lanes and other upgrades were approved Tuesday for the M Ocean View light rail line.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is holding a virtual hearing on its plan for improving transit and traffic safety on Ocean Avenue.
Service on the 49 Van Ness/Mission and 29 Sunset bus routes will be changed starting Jan. 20.
Some residents questioned if the cost of dozens of parking spots is too high for bike lanes, new crosswalks and bus boarding islands.
The M Ocean View light rail line transit and safety project proposed the removal of street parking. It's raised concerns for some neighbors.
The transportation agency will likely seek approval of the project aimed at speeding up transit travel times next year.
The biggest international trade summit in the city’s history is expected to cause big traffic changes.
Tens of millions of dollars were secured from the state for an Ingleside housing development and a neighborhood-serving bus line.
Small business owners want the $34 million transportation improvement project to deliver as many fixes as possible.