Today’s Headlines

  • Obama Administration Wants Safety Oversight of Subways and Light Rail (NYT, Reuters)
  • Man Arrested in Tenderloin Stabbing Considered Suspect in Stabbing of Boy on Muni Bus (CBS5)
  • N-Judah Rail Replacement Project Delayed; Shuttle Buses Still Running (SF Gate)
  • Wired: "Why Portland's Mass Transit Rocks"
  • SF Struggles to Find Money to Repair and Maintain Its Deteriorating Streets (SF Examiner)
  • Santa Cruz to Buy Union Pacific Rail Line But Passenger Service Still Far Off (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
  • 15-year-old Bicyclist Injured in Santa Rosa Crash Involving a Fire Truck (Press Democrat)
  • SF to Pay $1.75 Million to Family of Woman Killed by DPW Driver Last Year (SF Examiner)
  • Fair Oaks and Sunrise Boulevards Among Most Dangerous for Peds in Sacramento Area (Sac Bee)
  • Walkable Communities: The Key to Reducing Demand for Energy (TNR)
  • More on San Jose's Bike Plan, Which Goes before the City Council Tomorrow (Merc)
  • VTA Towers Develoment to Be Considered by SJ Planning Commission This Week (Merc)