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 Car-Free Member of SF Board of Supes with David Chiu (SF Gate)
  • D6 Supervisor-Elect Jane Kim Promises to Make Pedestrian Safety a Priority (SF Gate, SF Examiner)
  • Caltrain Begins Testing Baby Bullet Service on Weekends (SF Gate)
  • SFMTA Installs New Bike Racks Designed by Artists Picked in SFBC Contest (SFBC Blog, Wired)
  • “Broad Effort” Underway to Improve Transportation for North Central San Mateo (SM Daily News)
  • AP Covers Plans for Bay Area Bike Share Program (via SF Gate)
  • Decision From Judge Expected Today on Doyle Drive Financing (SF Examiner)
  • SFMTA Management, Muni Operators Union Set to Meet This Month for Negotiations (SF Examiner)
  • Governor-Elect Brown Selects John Laird as Natural Resources Secretary (Mercury News)
  • Small Performing Arts Groups Struggle to Take Advantage of Mid-Market Loans (SF Public Press)