Today’s Headlines

  • House Committee Passes Climate Change Bill Mostly Along Party Lines (SF Gate)
  • Obama Emissions Deal Took Weeks of "Hardball Negotiations" (LAT)
  • Will New Standards Actually Mean an Increase in Driving? (NARP Blog)
  • "Will Muni Be Thrown Under the Bus?" (Car-Free Talk)
  • Muni Diaries: "Cable Car Confessions: The Conductor’s Daughter"
  • Proposal Would Make Transit Free for Seniors in Europe (Free Public Transit)
  • More Than a Hundred Malls Are Headed Toward Oblivion (WSJ)
  • After Ped Deaths, Savannah Cops Go After Jaywalkers (Sustainable Savannah via
  • An LA Cyclist Talks About Crash and Charges of Bias Against Cyclists by LAPD (Streetsblog LA)


Today’s Headlines

State Money Could Mean Fewer Transit Cuts, Fare Hikes (KALW, NBC, CBS) But Muni Not Necessarily Using it All to Reverse Service Cuts (BCN via Appeal) SF Cable Car Upgrade Coming After Nearly 30 Years (SF Gate) Passenger Hurt in Muni Bus Crash (CBS) (ABC) Discounted Translink Cards Available for San Mateo Workers (SF Weekly) […]

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