About six months ago, we asked whether we need more residential permit parking in the area. Many readers said yes, and now it seems that someone is taking action.
SFMTA Earlier this week, the brouhaha over the Fell and Oak Bikeway Project shed light on an interesting issue: parking in the neighborhood. Or, specifically, the challenges thereof.
If you notice people relaxing in the street today while cars whiz past obliviously, don’t panic. It’s just PARK(ing) Day.
Starting tomorrow, a paving project on Steiner Street will monopolize parking spots over a several-block stretch of the Lower Haight.
District Attorney George Gascon’s office is considering charges in July’s fatal car crash at Oak and Octavia.
The proposed re-routing of Muni / SFMTA The SFMTA Board has approved a plan to open Haight Street to two-way traffic between Gough and Octavia — but not without some vocal opposition from several concerned residents.
A pedestrian was hit by a car around 12:30am last night on Divisadero near Page, and was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Great news for residents and businesses on our Divisadero flank: your thirst for easier parking is finally being quenched — courtesy of… the DMV.
Cheeky headlines aside, there’s a serious transit decision up for discussion tonight — whether to open the stretch of Haight Street between Market and Octavia to two-way traffic.
Josh K. There is huge, world-altering news this morning, folks. This definitely isn’t it.