Today’s Headlines

  • Unbelievable: Connecticut Driver Who Killed Young Bicyclist Sues the Victim’s Family (AP)
  • SF Examiner Frames Plans to Increase Transit and Bike Lanes as “Battle to Be King of the Road”
  • Berkeley to Install Speed Tables; The Chronicle Calls It “New Way to Torment Motorists”
  • SFMTA Racing to Find Funding for Central Subway to Meet FTA Deadline (SF Gate)
  • SF Supes to Consider Contract to Repair Damaged Muni Light-Rail Vehicles (SF Examiner)
  • Cable Car Operator Gravely Injured in Stabbing Near Chinatown (ABC7)
  • Mr. Roadshow Needs to Go for a Bike Ride or Two (Mercury News)
  • SF Gets $2.7 Million Grant to Convert Parking Lot into Park at 17th & Folsom (Curbed SF)
  • Under Pressure from Developers Who Paid Fees, San Jose to Consider Lifting Ban on New Parks (Merc)
  • Growing Movement to Connect Health and City Planning in California (Sac Bee)
  • Central Valley School Tells Young Teen He Can’t Fly U.S. Flag on His Bicycle (Fox 40 via Cyclelicio.us)
  • Museum Features O’Shaughnessy’s Map of SF’s Street Railways (Market St. Railway)
  • Santa Rosa Avenue Road Diet Would Remove One Lane Instead of Two (Press Democrat)
  • The Voice of NYC’s Subways Lives in Maine and Has Never Taken the Subway (NYT)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill