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Fake, misleading news and images on Twitter—and here at home

No, Dean Preston did not resign. Plus: The eviction "scarlet letter," Uber's role in SF taxis, and the mayor's dangerous housing policy is back again. That's The Agenda for Oct. 15-22

Lies, damn lies, and the new ‘report’ on San Francisco government

Ignore the realities of SF politics. Ignore a wide-ranging corruption scandal. Just go after district elections. That's what the Rose Institute, funded by Michael Moritz, is doing.

Cruise and Waymo are finding widespread opposition

For a change, a new technology is not impressing people, and the city might actually take regulation seriously.

First they came for the streetcars …

An ode to Cruise and Waymo, with apologies to Martin Niemöller.

What the city can still do to control the rogue robotaxis

This is by no means over—but SF needs to get out in front of this kind of tech before it becomes such a huge problem

The environmental case against robotaxis

They will further damage public transit—and they're no help to people with disabilities

A profound national issue in a dispute over a local parking garage

Maybe we should talk about the future of 5 million jobs. Plus: Will the media hold Breed accountable for the problems on SF streets? That's The Agenda for May 21-28

A car-free JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park is finally close to reality

But there are some complicated equity issues that will require a lot more discussion.

Waymo and the invasion of the corporate body-snatchers

Robot drivers who will put 10 million people out of work are coming to your neighborhood—now.

Muni director talks about cutting lines and changing focus

Post-COVID plans could alter the city's transportation policy in some profound ways.