New reports say the Sierras will be snow-free in 25 years, and that the Antarctic Ice Sheet has passed the tipping point.
It is unfathomable that the needs of the elderly and the disabled and those multi-generational families from outlying neighborhoods are being dismissed.
The Great Highway has always been a safe, shared space among drivers, bicyclists, pedestrians and others.
I’ve done a little research into the many violations of vehicle codes and the SF Transportation Code by the Thursday evening “Slow Ride” participants.
I just got word of a proposed six-story, 60-foot-plus-tall building at the southeast corner of Clement Street and 32nd Avenue.
Climate change is real and change MUST happen, and fast. However, closing a highway does not make the vehicles disappear.
You obviously did not read my precise reasoning about why government needs to invest where private investment cannot.
I, my brother and a friend of my wife are not allowed to visit or call my wife at Laguna Honda Hospital.
is a model of this program, which has shown that it can reduce hospitalizations and emergency department visits …
I don’t buy the notion that the cycling community is all about avoiding the perilous automobiles.
Joe’s Ice Cream and Cards and Comics Central are teaming up to bring San Franciscans some Halloween fun this year on Oct. 31, from noon-6 p.m.
Those who view the weekday re-opening of the Great Highway as a change for the worse completely ignore the fallout of the decision to close the Great Highway in the first place.
Climate Central’s “Picturing Our Future” makes it clear that sea level rise will flood large areas of SF.
If San Francisco is going to survive climate change, we must act now. But how can we, the citizens of SF, trust that city hall is looking out for us and not just the politicians and corporations hungry for profits at the expense of the planet?
Observing the ongoing more or less losing battle against the Pacific Ocean’s non stop onslaught against the bluffs south of Sloat Blvd; threatening the roadway and much more importantly, the pump station, underground piping and sewage treatment plant, who in their right mind thinks the dumping of 275,000 cubic yard of dredged shipping channel sand west of the roadway is going to do anything except wash away in very short order? Sand versus the ocean is no contest!