Today’s Headlines

  • Central Subway Going Forward Despite House’s Vote to Yank $850M in Funds (SF Examiner)
  • SF Examiner Looks at San Francisco’s Shift Toward Protected Bike Lanes
  • Matier & Ross: Bay Area Legislators’ Support Key in Winning High-Speed Rail Vote This Week (CBS 5)
  • People Behaving Badly: Scofflaw Drivers Still Violate Forced Turns on Market Street, Despite 10 Signs
  • Two-Month Bicycle Detour on Valencia at Cesar Chavez Begins Today (SFBC)
  • Berkeley Proposes Green Bike Lane on Hearst Ave., Other Ped/Bike Improvements (Berkeleyside)
  • SF Public Press Maps the Bay Area’s Suburban-Focused Growth Over the Past 50 Years
  • Scenes From Yesterday’s Sunday Streets in the Mission (Mission Local)
  • Clipper “Hard to Avoid” on Bay Area Transit Systems as Card’s Popularity Surges (Mercury News)
  • Crashes Increasing on Popular Easy Bay Road for Sport Cyclists (KTVU)
  • 73-Year-Old Concord Driver Crashes Into Baskin-Robbins Shop (CBS 5)
  • Santa Rosa Man Gets Four Years for Hit-and-Run Death of Child in Crosswalk (KTVU)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill