Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Delays Ending Employee Parking Perks (City Insider, SF Examiner, ABC7)
  • Spike in Crime on Muni Attributed to Start of School Year (SF Examiner)
  • Muni, Ped Safety, Prop. G Enforcement Among Priorities for SF Supervisors in 2011 (SFBG)
  • Caltrain Summits Aimed at Brainstorming Ideas for Getting Agency Back on Track (Daily News, SF Exam)
  • Transforming Masonic Into Boulevard Will Be “Valued by Future Generations” (BIKE NOPA)
  • Legislation Calls for Conflict-of-Interest Disclosure for Ca. High-Speed Rail Board (LAT)
  • Elly Blue Asks: “What Does It Mean to Ride a Bicycle Responsibly?” (Grist)
  • San Jose “Moves to Save Redevelopment Money” (Mercury News)
  • Caltrans Tests New Crosswalk Markings on El Camino Real (Mr. Roadshow)
  • LA Times: “California May Have Highest Costs for Charging Electric Vehicles”

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Nick

    This might be an old story (2 weeks) but the Examiner had an article about businesses complaining that the new Ocean Avenue bike lanes were hurting sales.

    It should be noted that 2 of those spaces were already “Tow-Away” zones. The liquor store used those as unmetered parking. Note that the liquor store owner was the lead complaintant.

    http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/2010/12/bike-lanes-draw-ire-ocean-avenue-merchants