Today’s Headlines

  • Muni to Step Up Maintenance of Switches in Light of Monday’s Delays (City Insider)
  • Top D.C. Transit Job Remains Unfilled; Nat Ford Tells Streetsblog He Hasn’t Been Interviewed (WTOP)
  • Security Guard Struck by San Jose Cop Remains in Critical Condition (Merc)
  • KALW News: “Bayview Hunters Point Redevelopment Divides City Over Jobs and Environment”
  • SF Supe Avalos Introduces Legislation That Would Require Locals for Construction Jobs (BCN via KRON)
  • SFMTA Surveying Bike Riders About Market Street Bike Lane (Change Your Life, Ride a Bike)
  • Oakland Bike and Ped Committee to Discuss Proposed Bike Route on 53rd (Oakland Local)
  • New York Critical Massers Win $1 Million Settlement in Suit with NYPD (NY Times)
  • San Joaquin Valley Drivers May Be Asked to Help Pay Air Pollution Fine (Cal Watch)
  • Work on New Bay Bridge Tower to  Begin; Caltrans Warns Drivers to Watch the Road (KCBS)
  • Prop 26 “Would Let Oil, Tobacco Companies Off the Hook” (Mercury News)
  • San Ramon-Based Chevron Launches PR Campaign; Yes Men Counter With Spoof Campaign (ABC7)

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Today’s Headlines

Ed Lee to Enter Mayor’s Race Today (SF Gate, SF Examiner, Bay Citizen) 9-year-old Boy Struck by Drunk Driver in SF Remains in Critical Cond.(SF Gate) Jerry Brown Vetoes Commuter Benefits Legislation (Coco Times) Black Bicyclists Gather for Convention in Oakland; Get Bikes Blessed (SF Gate) Mohammed Nuru Selected to Lead SFDPW, Replacing Ed Reiskin […]

Tomorrow: Oakland Drops Protected Bike Lanes on Telegraph Avenue

Oakland has dropped protected bike lanes from its draft proposals to redesign Telegraph Avenue, and the buffered bike lanes that are included would disappear at the most dangerous section, throwing people on bikes into mixed traffic with motor vehicles. The city will hold two open houses this week where the public can weigh in on the draft […]

California Bicycle Coalition Announces Its 2015 Legislative Agenda

The California Bicycle Coalition (CalBike) released its ambitious agenda for the 2015  legislative session. Their top priority is to increase funding for cities to build complete bike networks — not just piecemeal bikeways. Also on its agenda is the less glamorous but equally important task of clarifying some outdated regulations that prevent people from riding bikes. The list […]

Today’s Headlines

One Bay Area Grant May Revive Free Muni for Youth Plan (City Insider) How Critical Mass Has Impacted the Bike Movement at 20 Years (SFGate, SFExam, KQED) SFBG Tries to Understand All the Animosity Towards the Event Critical Mass Pop-Up “Welcome Center” Opens at 16th and Valencia (Uptown Almanac) Muni Struggles to Prepare for Crowds During Slew of Events Next […]

Today’s Headlines

Oakland Parking Officers Were Ordered Not to Enforce in Wealthier Neighborhoods (SF Gate) Oakland PCOs Will Now Snap Photos of Parking Violations (East Bay Express) City Insider’s First Line About New P2P Projects: "It’ll Soon Get a Little Harder to Drive" C.W. Nevius: "Outrage Grows Over Muni Operators’ Pay" (SF Gate) Nat Ford: Cyclists, Peds […]