Aaron Bialick is leaving as editor of SF Streetsblog. Even allowing for the fact that the whole point of Streetsblog is promoting bicycles and anti-carism, his legacy will be one of crudely biased reporting and outright lies.
Life is too short to cite all Streetsblog's biased reporting during his regime---there are examples nearly every day---but Bialick was at his worst when neighborhood opposition emerged to the bike lanes on Polk Street, including the lie that the first meeting was packed with outsiders.
About fatal traffic accidents in San Francisco, Bialick was both biased and dumb: here and here, including a lie about why he banned me from commenting on Streetsblog. Bialick's score-keeping on traffic accidents was like an anti-car parody.
His predecessor, Bryan Goebel, wasn't much better, and whoever replaces Bialick will surely be more of the same.
Goebel was at his worst on Masonic Avenue: here and here. He's now bike correspondent for KQED News.
Bialick doesn't say where he's going. Could it be to the SFMTA? Not surprisingly, that agency sees anti-car bike people as well qualified to work for San Francisco's transit agency: here, here, and here.