Today’s Headlines

  • Santa Monica to "Embrace Bold Experiment" with Parking Meters (LAT)
  • Chuck Nevius: "SF a Dangerous City for Careless Pedestrians" (SF Gate)
  • Maria Shriver Apologizes for Breaking California’s Cell Phone Law (ABC7, Sac Bee)
  • More on Potential Toll Increases for Bay Area Bridges (SF Gate, Oakland Tribune, KCBS)
  • Caltrans to Try to Slow Drivers Down on Bay Bridge S-Curve Following Crash (SF Gate, ABC7)
  • Malibu Residents Work to Slow Drivers on Pacific Coast Highway (Malibu Times)
  • To Make Walkable Nabes More Affordable, Build More of Them (Switchboard via Streetsblog.net)
  • Crosswalk Improvements Slated for Two San Anselmo Intersections (Marin IJ)
  • Aqua and Coral-Colored Streetcar to Join F-Line Fleet (Market Street Railway)
  • Metrolink Pays Out More than $30 Million in Crash Settlements (LAT)
  • BART Official Explains Why There’s No Bike Cars (SF Appeal
  • Are Banks Roadblocks to Walkable Developments and Livable Cities? (SLC Tribune)
  • Up-chuck Nevius. 🙁

  • I think that was a typo and Nevius meant to say:
    “SF a Dangerous City for Carless Pedestrians”
    In other words, it is dangerous for all pedestrians.

  • Charles, well put. The column made it sound like we need streets like Walnut Creek so that cars can go faster and then the pedestrians will be scared into acting like real humans – like getting a car themselves.

    Maybe that is why CW doesn’t live here himself…