“The SUV was broadsided by another car at the intersection of Gough and Fell streets at around 3 a.m.”
One hospitalized after rollover crash in SF’s Hayes Valley [ABC7]

“Starting Monday, April 15, a gantry crane will be installed over 4th Street at the southern end of the block. 4th Street may be closed at night to install the crane.”
Construction Update | April 6-15 [Central Subway]

“Every Saturday through September, JFK Drive from 8th Avenue down to Transverse Drive, will be closed to vehicular traffic.”
“Car-Free Saturdays” begin in Golden Gate park [Richmond SF]

“Perhaps to assure everyone that there is still movement on the Market Street makeover, the multi-agency city team behind the project announced a new round of public feedback sessions tentatively scheduled for the end of July. “
Fun with Urban Planning: Market Street Makeover Plans Creep Back into Action [Curbed]

“Bicycling around San Francisco has become increasingly popular with both residents and tourists, but apparently that doesn’t mean people want to pay $40-75 for an organized ride around the city’s perimeter, even when the money goes to the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and the cause of putting more bike racks into the parks.”
CycleSF event canceled, but RecPark gets paid anyway [SFBG]

“Both male and female uniforms are included, and will be shown in an exhibit at the Louis A. Turpen Aviation Museum at SFO.”
United Airlines gives seven decades of uniforms for SFO Museum display [Biz Times]

“Jim Eden makes the argument that parking is too rough in Cole Valley to spare even a few spots”
Parklet for ICB? [Uppercasing]

“On Friday, San Francisco will become the first city in the nation to host Walk to Work Day.”
Hey commuters: take a hike [Chron]

“The southern approach to the Golden Gate Bridge will be completely transformed when it’s completed in 2015, and with it will come a new look for The City’s northern waterfront.”
Another piece of Presidio’s transformation coming together [Ex]

“There may be a way we can achieve a great part of the safety goals and with less parking loss”
Polk Street community meetings over parking loss for bike lane turning ugly [Ex]

“It’s not fair for the cab companies that go through the permitting process to compete with these unregistered vehicles”
SFO tells ridesharing companies to scram until permits sorted out [Ex]

the author

Eve Batey is the editor and publisher of the San Francisco Appeal. She used to be the San Francisco Chronicle's Deputy Managing Editor for Online, and started at the Chronicle as their blogging and interactive editor. Before that, she was a co-founding writer and the lead editor of SFist. She's been in the city since 1997, presently living in the Outer Sunset with her husband, cat, and dog. You can reach Eve at eve@sfappeal.com.

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