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Two Marin County residents die in SoCal crash

Two Marin County men died in a five-vehicle collision Friday in Pasadena, California.

Glide pastor elected first openly lesbian Methodist bishop

Karen Oliveto, openly lesbian senior pastor of San Francisco's Glide Memorial Church, has been elected a bishop of the...

San Jose man drowns at Tunitas Creek beach

A San Jose man drowned at a beach in unincorporated San Mateo County early Saturday morning.

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  1. Bus operators train with a 40 foot coach in on an old airport runway in Alameda. Now put the same operator in a 60 foot coach in San Francisco and see what happens. It would be interesting to break down accidents according to coach size. I wouldn’t be surprised to see that most of the accidents have to do with the larger vehicles.

  2. The collisions wouldn’t have anything to do with the narrow lanes they are imposing on all the streets or the insane twists and turns they have introduced on all the formerly straight lanes with the insane idea that the streets would be “calmer” and safer for pedestrians because the “cars” would have to drive slower? Someone should also inform the SFMTA geniuses that a certain percentage of the population is color blind so their pretty red and green streets look gray and mean nothing to those people. Maybe they should get some Muni drivers and emergency transit people involved in the street alterations since they are ones who have to drive on them. Don’t even get me started on the paint over potholes on Mission Street. There is only one answer to solving the problems described in this article. Fire the the people who are responsible and support the SFMTA Charter Amendment to bring some sanity into this insane department. Get all the details on StopSFMTA.com