Today’s Headlines

  • Los Altos Cyclist Killed by Big-Rig Driver Was a “Mother, Nurse and Go-Getter” (Mercury News)
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Being Sought in Fremont After Killing 83-year-old Man in Crosswalk (SF Gate)
  • Vail, Colorado Fund Manager Gets Special Treatment; Off the Hook in Cyclist Hit-and-Run (Treehugger)
  • SFMTA Brings in New Labor Lawyer, TWU Readying for Negotiations Post-Prop G (SF Gate)
  • Mercury News Op-Ed: Lots of Parking Will Not Be a Good Thing for SJ’s Diridon Area
  • Two Top SamTrans Managers Make More than $400,000 a Year (SF Examiner)
  • Ellie Blue: Multi-Use Path Users Should Stop Blaming Each Other and Demand Real Bike Paths (Grist)
  • Growing Bike Culture in San Luis Obispo; Plans Would Add New Bike Lanes, Paths (Tribune News)
  • Fresno Bee: “Will High-Speed Rail Derail in New House?”
  • LA 30/10 Transit Funding Will Be a Much Tougher Sell in New House (LAT)
  • New “Bike Port’ Installed for SFDPW Employees (BIKE NOPA)
  • Palo Alto State Senator Raises Privacy Concerns Over Clipper Card (SF Examiner)
  • The Switchboard: “Proposition 26 Will Not Stop AB32”
  • Phil Bronstein: “Bikes, Frogs at War in Sleepy Lafayette” (SF Gate)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • SF Examiner had this to report on the latest spat of Metro melt-down. Oh, and don’t worry, the problems are all solved. We shouldn’t be experiencing anymore trouble.

  • patrick

    Wow, they let a fund manager get away with hitting a cyclist and fleeing the seen because it might jeopardize his job. That is insane.

  • Bored on your drive to work? Well, not any more!

  • Interesting new website:

    “What is Abogo? Abogo is a tool that lets you discover how transportation impacts the affordability and sustainability of where you live.”

    Worth watching (from the website)

    “Car-dependent Living: The Movie”

    Transportation costs for my neighborhood (Abogo estimate): $657/month
    (actually, we spend far less than this)

    Transportation costs for the family featured in the film: $1056/month

  • Mike –

    Major lawlz at that page. I’m sure you noticed the photos and reviews? Comedic material for days…


Today’s Headlines

20 Percent Bike Trips by 2020: What’s Holding SF Back? (SFBG) Get Ready for Bike to Work Day Tomorrow (SF Examiner, East Bay Express) The Bold Italic Showcases Some of SF’s Emerging Bicycle Delivery Businesses Concord Girl Seriously Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver (KTVU, CoCo Times) Albany Woman, 66, Killed by Truck Driver (Albany Patch) East Bay BRT […]

Today’s Headlines

Driver Who Deliberately Killed Man in Hit-and-Run Convicted of Manslaughter (SF Examiner) New GG Bridge Bike Speed Limit Being Considered: 15 MPH, 5 When Passing (Bay Bikers Blog) BART Awarded $300M Contract for Warm Springs Extension (SF Gate) BART Board Delays Vote on Friday Late-Night Service (SF Examiner) $16M Grant Will Help Design Safety Plan […]

Today’s Headlines

Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Man on Masonic Avenue, Suspect Caught (ABC 7, BCN via Mercury News) Caltrain to Add More Bike Capacity (SF Examiner, SF Appeal) SFMTA Saves $1 Million in Contract Negotiations with Electrical Workers Union (SF Examiner) Golden Gate Bridge Sidewalk Closure Delayed for Two to Three Weeks (SF Examiner) Muni Expects to Make Up […]

Today’s Headlines

75-year-old Woman Killed by Driver in East San Jose (Mercury News) Reward Offered in Hit-and-Run That Killed Donald Casper (SF Gate) City-Owned Asphalt Plant Sits Idle; Lack of $ for Street Repairs (SF Examiner) BART Protests Not Scaring Away Passengers at SF Stations (SF Examiner) Chronicle: “BART says Closing Stations Keeps Passengers Safe” Anonymous Planning […]

Today’s Headlines

Maroon-colored SUV Sought in Hit-and-Run of SF Cyclist Near Santa Rosa (Press Democrat) SFMTA to Unveil First Muni LRV Repaired with Stimulus Funds (SF Examiner) Chronicle Op-Ed: “Get High-Speed Rail on the Fast Track” LaHood, U.S. DOT Offer Federal Loan Guarantees for DesertXpress HSR (Las Vegas Sun) BART Passengers Try to Beat the Heat as […]

Today’s Headlines

In One of Last Acts as Mayor, Newsom Sets Targets for Pedestrian Safety (SF Examiner, Press Office) The Chronicle Gives Us Some Decent Coverage of Pedestrian Issues 82-year-old SF Walker Hits the 25,000 Mile Mark (SF Gate) Hit-and-Run Driver Injures Bicyclist in Mission on Xmas Morning (SF Gate, Mission Loc@l) Malia Cohen to Become 2nd […]