Today’s Headlines

  • Bayview Pastors Purchase Fares for 200 Muni Passengers (KTVU, Bay Citizen)
  • Ca. High-Speed Rail Plans “Facing a Moment of Truth” (SF Gate)
  • Marin IJ: “Affordable Housing List an Important Step for Novato”
  • LA City Officials Recommend Phasing Out Red-Light Cameras (LAT)
  • Living in the O Reports on Oakland’s Bike and Ped Committee Meeting
  • Palo Alto Family of Four Killed in Truck Crash in Canada (Mercury News)
  • Roadshow: “Carpoolers Find Friends, Save Time and Money”
  • SMART Begins Negotiating Contract with New GM (Press Democrat)
  • Bike Share Companies Show Off the Goods in Santa Monica (NRDC Switchboard)
  • AAA Responds to Heat from Not Supporting 3-Foot-Passing Law ([SIC])

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Sean

    New bus route in Marin: http://www.marinij.com/marinnews/ci_18546719

  • SteveS

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/07/25/MNND1KBBC6.DTL
    Apparently people are just now realizing that the federal building’s plaza is awful.

    Instead of adding more security guards, why don’t they try redesigning it to actually be pleasant and attractive people who want to use it as something other than a toilet? Replace that sand with grass and put in some ground-level retail that’s open after 5pm.

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