Today’s Headlines

  • Free Muni For Youth Could Arrive by Summer (SFGate)
  • Downtown Bike Parking Requirement Legislation Headed to Supes Committee (SF Examiner)
  • Four-Track Design Back On the Table for High-Speed Rail (Almanac Online)
  • UC Santa Cruz Gathering Memorializes Student Who Died in Crash on Bike Path (Mercury News)
  • Two Pedestrians Killed in San Jose Over Weekend (CBS 5)
  • Teenage Boy Injured in Livermore Crosswalk (CoCo Times)
  • On a Sustainable Street, There Are No Jaywalkers (Mother Nature Network)
  • Alleged Drunk Driver Strikes Parked Car, Knocks Over Light Pole On Geneva (BCN via SF Examiner)
  • L-Taraval Muni Track Work Disrupts Service Until Wednesday (Ocean Beach Bulletin)
  • Governor Brown Signs Bill Preserving School Bus Funds (SacBee)
  • Marin County $50,000 Challenge Grant Kicks off Novato Bike Park Fund (Marin IJ)
  • Toll-Takers Could Be Off the Golden Gate Bridge by December (Marin IJ)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Avalos’ bill to require bicycle access in office buildings is up for committee vote: http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/2012/02/parking-sought-san-franciscos-cycling-commuters. 

    Does anyone know where the full language can be accessed? I can’t locate it on the BoS’ website — just a summary.

  • Aaron Bialick
  • Michael

    Shared sadness and much love for the family of Adrian Burgueno in Santa Cruz. 

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