Today’s Headlines

  • Ray LaHood "Alarmed" by Lobbying Effort to Reframe Distracted Driving Debate (NYT)
  • Temporary Transby Terminal Set to Open on August 7th (SF Gate, SF Business Times)
  • Sen. Boxer Touts Doyle Drive Project as Jobs Booster in Campaign Event (SF Examiner, SF Gate)
  • Jury Deliberations Delayed in Mehserle Trial (SF Gate) Calm Urged After Verdict (LAT)
  • Matier & Ross: BART Board Prez Fang Cancels Press Conference at Mayor Dellums’ Urging 
  • The Transport Politic Weighs In on the BART to Livermore Extension
  • Safety Improvements Being Installed on Caltrain Crossings Include Pedestrian Gates (Merc
  • Sacramento Council Member Proposes Hood-Wearing Ban on Light Rail (Sac Bee, News 10, KCRA)
  • Driver Hits Pedestrian Near I-580 Offramp (Coco Times)
  • More on Muni Service Cut Restorations from SF Examiner, SF Appeal, BCN via CBS5, KCBS
  • 935-965 Market Street "City Place" Development Before SF Planning Commission (Curbed SF
  • BIKE NOPA: Another SF Neighborhood, Hayes Valley, Says No to SFGo
  • Portland’s Mia Birk Promotes New Book, "Joyride: Pedaling Toward a Healthier Planet" (Bike Portland
  • New Toronto Cyclist’s Handbook Available in 17 Languages (Biking Toronto)
  • Proposed Madison, WI Restaurant for Bicyclists Would Be Inaccessible By
    Car (WI
    State Journal
    )
  • Clarence Eckerson: The Hardest Working Man in Bicycle Show Business (Copenhagenize)
  • Renault Unveils New "Green Supercar," Inhabitat Fawns Over It 
  • yomomma

    mia birk waxes on about the wonders of portland bicycle planning. please make me barf. i like visiting portland, but it is white as wonder bread, and getting bleached more all the time. sure, it’s got good bicycling, but it’s got crazy homogeneity too. who wants that? if SF ever went that way, i’d move….oh that’s right. i moved out because of exactly that. maybe this book is perfect for SF too. she’s a nice person, but the text only facilitates the joyride of her self-absorption. the world really doesn’t need anymore of that.