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The Lexus Lanes — and why they won’t work

Instead of rewarding carpools and getting people out of private cars, we are rewarding wealth and encouraging more people to drive. How does this make sense?

The Agenda, Oct. 16-22: Zarate trial, robots on the sidewalks …

... plus preventing utility fires, and saving Mission St. We look at the week ahead

Saving Bayview tenants — and SF’s heart ….

... Plus sidewalk drones and more. That's The Agenda, Oct. 9-16

Supes approve ‘chop shop’ bill, which will do nothing to stop bike theft

Once again, City Hall goes after homeless people with a feel-good bill that could just create more problems

Why Wiener’s housing bill undermines good policy outcomes

Recent deals at Board of Supes show that the city gets more affordable housing and more mitigation when the community has a role in the process -- exactly what Sen. Wiener wants to eliminate

The latest attack on homeless people …

... and condos vs. gentrification in the Mission: That's what's on The Agenda, Sept. 25 - Oct. 1

What’s at stake for big condo project at Van Ness and Market

Appeal delayed a week so the parties can talk -- but there is a whole lot more than this project on the table

Oak and Van Ness project shows stunning failures in city traffic analysis

Supes will vote on whether to allow a luxury condo project to go forward despite serious transportation impacts -- because the developer needs parking to make money