Today’s Headlines

  • Report Cites SF Health Disparities; Finds Drivers Kill/Injure 800 People Annually (SF Gate)
  • Bicyclist Killed in San Jose Hit-and-Run Identified; Few Details in Crash (Merc)
  • Driver Arrested After Hitting and Critically Injury Bicyclist in San Rafael (Marin IJ, San Rafael Patch)
  • Bicyclist Injured by Taxi Driver in Crash at Duboce and Church (BIKE NOPA)
  • Despite Loud Opposition, AC Transit Votes to Slash Weekend, Night Service (ABC7, KTVU)
  • Highway Industry Study says SF Has 5th Worst Roads in the Nation (SF Examiner)
  • Planning Commission to Hear CPMC Expansion Project Today (City Insider)
  • Opposition Grows to Caltrans Plan to Widen Niles Canyon Road (Merc)
  • San Jose Redevelopment Agency Lays Off 20 Percent of Staff (Merc)
  • Who’s Afraid of World Car-Free Day? Climate Change Deniers (Grist)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Ah yes, let’s preserve the scenic beauty of cars tearing ass through Niles Canyon on a road that really only has provision for motorists. I really, really do not like motoring environmentalists. They might be my least favorite environmental poseurs.

  • Nick

    Re: Bike Nopa- Recent Collisions involving Cyclists

    There are something like 400 injury-accidents a year in SF involving bikes and cars. Until now, most have not been covered by local media. It’s something to take into consideration if it seems like the streets are becoming more chatotic.

    They’re not. They just always have been.