Today’s Headlines

  • Ridership is Way Up but Public Transit Agencies Nationwide Face Cutbacks (NYT)
  • That Doesn't Seem to Matter to Senators Marking Up the Stimulus Bill (Transbay Blog)
  • Stim Funds Would Benefit San Mateo County Projects, Including Caltrain and Samtrans (Merc)
  • BART Trains Collide Causing Minor Injuries and Systemwide Delays (SF Gate)
  • Widow of BART Safety Inspector Killed by Train in October Still Waiting for Benefits (SF Gate)
  • MTA's Nat Ford Being Considered for Job Heading L.A.'s MTA (SF Gate
  • The MTA Board Approves $1.8 Million in Muni Crash Settlements (ABC7)
  • SF Supes Okay Resolution Calling for Special June Election (Beyond Chron, Bay City News)
  • Sonoma County Supervisors Approve Asphalt Plant Despite Opposition (Press Democrat)
  • Sacramento City Council Votes for New Bike and Pedestrian Path Along Sac River (Sac Bee)