Today’s Headlines

  • LA Times Reports on Ca. High-Speed Rail Concerns; CAHSRB Criticizes the Coverage
  • Peninsula Cities Anxious for HSR Report on San Mateo County (San Mateo Daily Journal)
  • More Coverage of Friday’s MTA Board Meeting from SF Gate, ABC7, Fog City Journal
  • Chronicle Story on "Latest Attempt to Reform Muni" (SF Gate)
  • SFgo Signs Finally Removed on Fell and Oak Streets (BIKE NOPA)
  • The Mainstream Media Tries to Stir Up a Critical Mass Controversy in SF (ABC7)
  • VTA LRV Hits, Kills Pedestrian at Katrina Court (ABC7)
  • BART Delays to Pittsburg/Bay Point Likely Because of Track Project (BCN via CBS5)
  • Utah Legislature Considers a Rolling Stop Law for Bicyclists (Deseret News)
  • Portland Installs Two-Stage Left Turn for Cyclists (Bike Portland)
  • Yglesias: Transit Is as American as Apple Pie
  • Seinfeld Gets Driven to TV Studio. Yada, Yada, Yada… Cops Investigate His Placard (1010WINS, Post)
  • “The idea that this could be one of the last Critical Masses in San Francisco, delights some of the officers who have to protect it. ”

    I don’t buy it.

    “OK, Fred, you were going to be on Critical Mass detail, but the ride has been cancelled. So we’re assigning you foot detail in the Potrero Hill projects. Be safe out there!”

  • Are there any numbers published for drunk driving arrests made on Saturday after the parade? I was doing the Treasure Hunt and almost got taken out on Broadway by some drunkard who blew halfway into the intersection at Montgomery. I told the first cop I saw at the bottom of the hill and he wrote it down on his hand. At least he took me somewhat seriously, but I would have liked to see a check point on Broadway/Embarcadero (even though I think they don’t do much, it is something).