Today’s Headlines

  • Muni Metro Problems Cause More Delays for Passengers (SF Examiner)
  • LaHood Warns Wisconsin Governor HSR Funds Cannot Be Used for Highway Repair (WSJ)
  • Legislator: California Public Workers Should “Not Be Above the Law” on Traffic Fines (Sac Bee)
  • BART Encourages Riders to Switch from the EZ Rider Card to Clipper (SF Examiner)
  • NTSB Holds Conference on Safety Risks of Older Drivers (AP)
  • San Bruno to Award $327,000 to Rebuild “Dangerous Rail Crossings” (SM County Times)
  • “Cycle Station” Among Ideas for Reviving Mid-Market’s Parisian Kiosks (John King)
  • Eliminating HFCs Under Montreal Protocol “Novel Tactic in Climate Fight” (NYT)
  • San Jose City Council to Vote Tonight on Zoning Change for Ohlone Project (Merc)
  • Masonic Blvd. Plan Would Include “200 Trees for an Urban Forest” (BIKE NOPA)
  • Despite City Hall Rumors, Mayor Newsom Not Vacating Seat Until January (City Insider)
  • SMART Board Votes to Build San Rafael to Santa Rosa Line First (BCN via CBS)
  • Cyclists Launch Petition to Reopen Pico Blvd. in San Mateo County (Cyclelicio.us)
  • SFMTA, SFBC Handing Out Free Bike Lights (City Insider)

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