Bryan Goebel is a reporter focused on transportation and housing issues. He was previously the editor of Streetsblog San Francisco, and before that was a producer and anchor at KCBS radio. He's a lifelong Californian and over his 20-year career in radio has also worked at radio stations in Barstow, Redding and Sacramento.
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Infusion of money from city could be used to help tenants hire attorneys to fight threat of displacement.
Mayor pushed for repeal, but a study found the policy made it easier to park in commercial neighborhoods.
The MTC will vote next week on funding for the expansion to East Bay of popular program.
City officials estimate there are about 40,000 such units, about 10 percent of the housing supply.
The project will cost $4.5 million and include rainbow crosswalks, wider sidewalks and outdoor seating.
Sixty percent of injuries and fatalities occur on just six percent of streets in the city.
Owners withdraw appeal challenging suspension of demolition permit that would have paved way for offices.
The proposal would extend the program for low-income youths to seniors and the disabled.
Police chief promises focus on dangerous intersections and a crackdown on most common infractions.
Unless there’s a last-minute reprieve, the Haight Street drop-in center will shut down on Christmas Day.