Sponsored link
Saturday, July 2, 2022

Sponsored link

Tagged with: Uber

Scathing new city report repudiates Lee, Breed policies on Uber, Lyft

Planners say TNCs have caused terrible problems because the city didn't regulate them. Plus, on housing: It's capitalism, stupid.

Lessons from a fearful fido: Meredith May’s ‘Loving Edie’

It may be packaged as a dive into doggy world, but the Bay Area author's second book is all about accepting limits.

Can SF run its own bike-share program (and challenge the privatizers?)

Plus: The June 6 ballot shapes up—and will the Police Commission take civilian oversight seriously? That's The Agenda for Feb. 14-21

Breed refuses to discuss the future of road closures with supervisors

Mayor has hostile response to fair questions from Chan on a topic that could really use some leadership.

Gig workers seek support hubs where they can rest, charge, and pee

Companies like Doordash and Uber Eats offer no help to the people who make their operations possible.

Taxi drivers protest, demand relief from SF’s failed permit program

Drivers decimated by Uber and Lyft say SF cheated them out of millions, and they want action, now.

Supes learn of the serious problems with e-scooters—and how the city regulates them

People die and get injured. Scooters wind up in the Bay. And the rules are constantly ignored.

SF destroyed the lives of cab drivers—and is now trying to duck responsibility

SF sold drivers expensive permits, then let Uber and Lyft undermine the industry. Now the permits are worthless—and the city is doing nothing.

In dramatic move, supes block huge luxury housing project in Soma

Debate shows city planners' utter failure to understand the role of market-rate housing in gentrification and displacement.

With ‘Ticket to Ride,’ Optimist Williams channeled MUNI memories and Frisco legends

The graffiti artist used transfers as a metaphor for a city gone sideways: "Ed Lee was like the pinnacle of destruction here."