Bryan Goebel joined KQED this year as a reporter focused on transportation 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.
Bryan Goebel's Latest Posts
With new data showing a rising tide of evictions, those struggling to hang on to housing speak out.
City and housing activists say they want to work with landlord who plans to evict dozens of tenants.
Muni launches ‘Eyes Up, Phones Down,’ a campaign to make riders safer from crime on buses and trains.
City’s transit agency takes a step to help riders know when their bus or train is actually coming.
Housing and tenant rights advocates say evictions are happening all over the city.
Bicycle advocates are accusing the San Francisco Police Department of shoddy evidence-gathering in the case of a bicyclist who was killed by a big-rig driver on a SoMa street earlier this month. They say it might be part of a troubling pattern of police bias against bike riders. On Aug. 14, Amelie Le Moullac, 24, […]
A much anticipated bike-share program will launch on Aug. 29, Bay Area air quality officials announced today, with a fleet of 700 bicycles at 70 kiosks in San Francisco, San Jose, Palo Alto, Redwood City and Mountain View. About 300 of the celeste-colored bikes have arrived at a San Francisco warehouse, where they will be […]
A system of shared bikes will be rolling out in the Bay Area next month and, while it will be small compared with systems in other U.S. cities, there’s a lot of anticipation building around Bay Area Bike Share. “There’s great potential and a huge demand from the population to try a bike-share system,” said […]