Today’s Headlines

  • Spokesperson for Oakland Mayor Named New MTA Communications Director (City Insider)
  • Hit-and-Run Suspect Pleads Not Guilty to Running Down Four Bicyclists (ABC7, BCN via CBS5)
  • City and Neighbors Begin Planning Process on a Better Masonic (BIKE NOPA
  • New BART Police Chief Rides the System to "Raise Visibility" (BCN via CBS5)
  • Mayor Newsom Named "Clean Vehicle Champion" by American Lung Association (City Insider)
  • The Bold Italic Spends 24 Hours at 6th and Market Streets in San Francisco
  • Plans to Expand SF Ferry Service Moving Forward (SF Examiner)
  • Police Task Force Will Tackle Bike Theft in London (Guardian UK)
  • Climate Change Legislation Almost as Dead as Gulf Wildlife (The
    Hill
    )
  • Top Enviro: To Kick Our Oil Habit, Rewrite Federal Transportation
    Law (Infrastructurist)
  • Federal Highway Administration’s Magazine
    Profiles NYCDOT’s World Class Streets
  • Supreme Court Split Over Environmental Regulation And Property
    Rights (NYT)
  • American Lung Association should have a “No Vehicle Champion”, then I’d pay attention.

  • Should we infer from this that the MTA’s new goal is to rise to the level of popularity of the Oakland mayor’s office? 🙂

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