Today’s Headlines

  • At Commonwealth Club, Transpo Officials “Call for More Investment” (SF Gate)
  • Two Women Killed After Driver, 90, Slams Car Into San Jose Nursing Home (SF Gate)
  • California Street Cable Cars to Resume Running Today (SF Gate)
  • SF Examiner: “Car Share Companies Eye a Piece of the Curb”
  • Worries “That City’s Open Spaces Will Become Less Public” (SF Examiner)
  • Pedestrian Improvements Completed on San Rafael’s Canal Street (Marin IJ)
  • Delays Reported This Morning on BART and Caltrain (BCN via SF Examiner)
  • Press Democrat: “Effort Afoot to Derail SMART”
  • Electric Vehicle Maker, Think Global, Files for Bankruptcy (LA Times)
  • Europe’s Anti-Driving Planning Employs Parking, Pedestrianization, and Light Timing (NYT)
  • “Seven Hells of SF” Ride Takes Cyclists Up City’s Famous Peaks (Bay Area Bikers)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    “Across Europe, Irking Drivers Is Urban Policy”

    Or…

    “Across Europe, cities are for people”

    But keep that mythical “war on cars” theme going, NY Times.

  • peternatural

    Just be glad it wasn’t:

    “Across Europe, a Jihad against cars”