Despite its placid appearance and its reputation as a somewhat sleepy boulevard, Taraval Street has become a deadly place for pedestrians and Muni Metro riders on the L-Taraval line.
Over the past five years, 46 pedestrians have been hit by motorists on the residential and commercial street that runs through the Parkside District. Nearly half of those — 22 — were people climbing off an L train or waiting to board.
Riders on Metro's Red, Blue and Yellow lines should expect delays. There is last minute track work near Pentagon City stop on the Blue/Yellow lines. And there's a switch problem on the Red Line at the Glenmont stop.
Last month, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority planners proposed changes to almost 100 bus lines. Some riders will love them. Others won’t. In a perfect world, every major street in the region would have a bus line runni...
Despite strong opposition from residents and business owners in San Francisco’s Taraval district, transportation officials approved a plan they say will boost safety for pedestrians and drivers on the main drag of the neighborhood a...
Over the past five years 46 pedestrians have been hit on the stretch of Taraval slated for safety improvements. Learning that a few parking spots would be lost, nearby business owners lost their collective shit. [ more › ]