Today’s Headlines

  • BART Labor Talks Continue With "More Ground" to Cover; Midnight Deadline Tonight (ABC7, CBS5)
  • Former State Senator Don Perata Blasts Proposed Oakland Airport Connector (KCBS)
  • Mercury News Editorial Urges Legislators to Get High-Speed Rail Poison Out of Budget
  • While the SF Examiner Rips HSR Funding As "Pork" Spending and a "Luxury" 
  • Cities Aren't Getting Their Share of Stim Funds -- Job Creation Suffers (NYT)
  • Calls Grow Louder for Second Stim Bill Geared Toward Infrastructure (The Hill)
  • Climate Bill Funnels Way More Cash to Coal and Oil Than to Transit (Washington Independent)
  • Study Says Santa Rosa Drivers Are Among the State's "Safest" (Press Democrat)
  • ABC7 I-Team: Four "Taxi Medallion Holders Face Charges of Fraud"
  • Chevron Will Appeal Ruling Stopping Richmond Refinery Expansion (SF Gate)
  • Massachusetts Boy Gets His Wish to Ride SF's Historic Trolleys (Merc)
  • Bicycling Becoming a "Normal and Recommended Activity" (With Photo Essay) (Daily Kos)
  • How to Build Schools That Don't Feel Like Wal-Marts (Switchboard via Streetsblog.net)