Because this infamous intersection isn't dangerous enough, the SF Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors have "unanimously endorsed its traffic engineer's plan to eliminate the eastbound bike lane on Market Street at Octavia Boulevard" despite protests from cyclists who don't want to die while riding Market Street. Yes, really.

This is crazy talk, people. Ever since ramps opened in 2005 on Octavia at Market, cyclists have been plowed by vehicles making illegal right turns onto the highway. Streetsblog has a great post on why it needs to stay.

The final word will come down when SF Judge Peter J. Busch hears the case on January 22nd.