The corner of Oak and Scott It’s been over 2 months since the SFMTA installed a separated bright green bike lane on Oak Street. Extending from Baker Street down the hill to Scott, it aims to create a safer eastbound … Continue reading
What’s the opposite of Pride?
A couple of new stop signs were installed at Haight and Broderick recently, much to the surprise of at least a few of our readers.
A couple of city agencies are teaming up to make the Wiggle greener, calmer, and less prone to flooding — and they want your input.
Flickr/sagebrushinthecity Few topics get Haighteration readers more chatty than transit. And with good reason. We live in an area where multiple forms of transportation coexist, though not always harmoniously. This Wednesday night, take your favorite mode of mobility over to … Continue reading
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.