Todays’ Headlines

  • LaHood's Transpo Bill Delay Like a "Bomb Being Dropped" on Oberstar's Committee (AP, NYT)
  • High-Speed Railing Funding will Be Doled Out Starting in September (AFP)
  • But CHSRB Says Funding Criteria is "Fuzzy"; Political Clout will Help
  • First High-Speed Commuter Rail Service Makes Debut in Britain (Guardian UK)
  • Bay Area Transit Agencies Won't Use Stim Funds for Operations (SF Examiner)
  • ABC7 I-Team: Nearly 200 SF Taxi Drivers Don't Have Valid Driver's Licenses
  • Novato School District Ends Bus Service to Help Deal with Deficit (AP via CBS5)
  • City of San Anselmo Dealing with a Parking Meter Vandal (Marin IJ)
  • Caltrans: Best Way to Relieve "Orange Crush" is Highway Widening (OC Register)
  • Debunking "Community" Arguments Against Bike Lanes (Planetizen)