Category: Green Space

SFMTA on the road to an all-electric fleet

Last Tuesday, a crowd of City employees (and one lucky columnist) hit San Francisco’s streets in a big, green transit-machine.…

4 days ago

The City is open to closing JFK Drive

Two years ago, this month, Heather Miller was killed bicycling through Golden Gate Park. The tragedy was only the first…

2 weeks ago

The City is open to closing JFK Drive

Two years ago, this month, Heather Miller was killed bicycling through Golden Gate Park. The tragedy was only the first…

2 weeks ago

Lyft offers zero support for zero emission bill

A decade ago, San Francisco required taxi companies to reduce emissions by implementing more cleaner cabs into their fleet. In…

3 weeks ago

Muni needs money and new development could pave the way

Muni needs money. Improving conditions for bicyclists and pedestrians requires analysis and new features. Drivers need proper training. Both electric…

4 weeks ago

Reduced plastic pollution a mayoral priority

One day after Supervisor Katy Tang proposed a ban on single-use plastic straws and other plastic food ware, National Geographic…

1 month ago

Straw ban is fantastic but SF should think bigger and bolder

Last week, West of Pecos was pouring some tasty plastic-free margaritas. The Mission restaurant is one many establishments around The…

1 month ago

San Francisco’s water conservation can flow to salmon

California’s commercial salmon season opened last week, but feasting on the fatty fish is still an upstream battle for many…

2 months ago