Today’s Headlines

  • President Obama Calls for $50B Infrastructure Investment to Create Jobs (NYT, USA Today)
  • T4A Praises Obama’s Initiative as “Much Needed Help to the Economy” (T4A)
  • TransForm Ups Campaign to Stop OAC; Urges Folks to Email on Eve of Vote (TransForm)
  • Muni Collisions in Last Quarter Increased Six Percent (SF Examiner)
  • Are Muni Drivers Planning a Sickout This Month? (City Insider, N-Judah Chronicles)
  • SFPD to Boost Enforcement of 25MPH Speed Limit on Masonic Avenue (BIKE NOPA)
  • And the Agency Will Also Launch a Month-Long Pedestrian Safety Enforcement (SFist)
  • Cheryl Brinkman Sworn in as SFMTA Board Member; 1st Meeting Today (BIKE NOPA, Fog City Journal)
  • In Separate Crashes, Drivers Kill SF Woman, Leave Another on Life Support (SF Gate)
  • Driver Beats Up Man He Nearly Hit in SF Crosswalk (SF Gate)
  • NPR’s “Living on Earth” Looks at State of Cycling in L.A. ( via Streetsblog LA)
  • 24-Hour Strike Causes Major Disruption for Millions of Tube Passengers in London (BBC)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill