Today’s Headlines

  • Major Muni Metro Delays This Morning After LRV Derailment (Muni Diaries)
  • BART is Seeing More Riders But Fewer are Satisfied with Service (SF Gate)
  • BART Police, Staff Begin Taking Community Police Training Courses (ABC7)
  • More BART Cops Assigned to Trains, Stations in Contra Costa County (KCBS)
  • Capitol Corridor Breaks Ridership Record in January; Revenue Up (Sac Bee)
  • Chronicle Op-Ed Makes Case for Ending Redevelopment Subsidies
  • Stanford Daily Editorial: Keeping Caltrain Robust Must Be a Priority
  • Red-light Runner Blamed for Fatal Geary Boulevard Crash (SF Gate)
  • SamTrans Buses Begin Accepting Clipper Cards (BCN via CBS5)
  • On Bicycle Coverage and Media Bias in New York City (Streetsblog NY)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • taomom

    Some more peak oil info for today:

    “Your City Is About to Get a Whole Lot Bigger”–implications of peak oil

    A Peak Oil Animation (from Club of Rome)–an animated primer on Peak Oil

  • I’ve learned (the scary way) not to run green lights. You have to slow down a bit and look both ways before proceeding. Evidently, being in a metal cage doesn’t guarantee your safety, either.

  • @taomom, that club of rome video is powerful. Thank you for the link.

  • I’d love to see how much BART spends on its police. Why is this not covered by local counties like Caltrain or *cough* Muni?

  • Nick

    Re: Muni Derailment

    MTA reports the derailment happened at 7:39AM. However, something happened at 7AM at Castro Station. The conductor on my inbound train announced a halt of service momentarily, then resumed the route to everybody’s dismay.