Today’s Headlines

  • More Coverage of Yesterday's MTA Board Meeting from SF Gate and SF Examiner
  • SF Appeal: "Muni Employees' Salaries Consume 80 Percent of Agency's Expenses"
  • Van Ness BRT Gets a $15 Million Infusion to Move Ahead as Part of SFGo (SF Examiner)
  • Californians for High-Speed Rail Launches Statewide Campaign (SF Examiner
  • VTA Planning Again to Extend Light-Rail Service to Los Gatos (Merc)
  • Remembering Norm Rolfe: "A Voice for Sound Transportation Planning" (Beyond Chron)
  • Transit Village Being Planned Around San Carlos Caltrain Station (San Mateo Daily Journal)
  • SFBG: "Development Stimulus Would Delay Affordable Housing Funding"
  • MTC Report Gives Bay Area Streets and Roads a "Fair" Grade for Pavement Quality (Marin IJ)
  • Congestion Nation: Scenes From America's Car-Clogged Highways (Daily Beast via Gothamist)
  • Refreshing: LAPD Now Has a Task Force Working With Cyclists on Street Safety (Streetsblog LA)
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill