Today’s Headlines

  • Obama: Ask Not What You Can Do to Wean Your Country Off Fossil Fuels (NYT,
    Grist)
  • San Ramon-Based Chevron Responsible for Utah Pipeline Spill (SF Gate)
  • But the Company’s CEO Still Tries to Distance Chevron from BP (SF Gate)
  • Protest Scheduled Outside Oakland Gas Station Following Arco
    Action in SF (SFBG
  • Truck Driver Hits, Injures Bicyclist at 16th and Capp in the Mission (Mission Loc@l)
  • Man Walking on I-680 Dies After Being Hit by Driver (ABC7)
  • Criminal Investigation of SF Taxi Driver Begins Following Fatal Crash (SF Gate)
  • Bill That Would Allow Toll Money for Bay Bridge Bike Path Passes State Senate (KALW News)
  • L.A. Transit Plan Challenges Auto Addiction (Next American City via Other Side of the Tracks)
  • San Jose City Council Approves EIR for Baseball Stadium (Merc)
  • Santa Rosa Police Sting Targets Drivers at Courthouse for Driving Offenses (Press Democrat)
  • Women Who Bike: Pamela Palm and Beatriz (BIKE NOPA, Bikes and the City)
  • New Bicyclists of Color Group to Hold Inaugural Ride in Portland (Bike Portland
  • Bicycle
    Times
    Explains Why Justice for Fallen Cyclists Is So Hard to Come
    By
  • In Black Hawk, Colorado, Anyone Riding a Bike Is Probably an
    Outlaw (Denver
    Post
    )
  • Please Give Streetsblog SF Some Love in the Guardian’s Best of the Bay Poll! Vote for Best Blog!
  • Any word on how long my Translink will work before I have to switch over?

  • John C.

    Your translink card will work indefinitely. Clipper is just a re-branding — a blue card instead of a green one.

  • Nice. Thanks.

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