Today’s Headlines

  • New MTC HQ May Also House BAAQMD, ABAG, and BCDC Offices (Curbed SF)
  • Another Muni Trash Bag Fix Found, This Time on Emergency Exit Hatch (Muni Diaries)
  • State Senate to Hold Hearing Next Week Over Bay Bridge Safety Concerns (CoCo Times)
  • Muni Diaries: Rules for Avoiding People on Public Transit
  • Guided Bike Tourists Enjoy the Sights, Smells, and Sounds of SF (AP via SFGate)
  • Road Raging Driver Brags About Chasing Down, Intimidating Page Street Cyclist (Marina Times)
  • San Leandro Man Killed by Car Driver Outside BART Station (Daily Review)
  • Millbrae Driver Hits, Seriously Injures Siblings in Crosswalk (BANG via CoCo Times)
  • Pittsburg Driver Blames “Sun in Eyes” After Striking, Critically Injuring Child (KTVU)
  • Woman Struck by Hit-and-Run Driver in Fremont (The Argus)
  • Greater Marin Explores Potential for High-Frequency SMART Trains
  • Motorists Escaping Chevron Fire Being Mailed Richmond Bridge Toll Bill (AP via KTVU)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    I wonder when the DA’s office will bring charges against Susan Dyer Reynolds?

  • The Greater Marin article is a follow-up to Monday’s comments regarding double-tracking.

  • Anonymous

    Disgusting to see somebody publish that info and not realize how wrong what she did was, but it was great to read the comments on the article pointing out how utterly dangerous her behavior was. It’s amazing how completely blind motorists become when they get inside a car. I’m sure Susan isn’t the kind of person who would ever threaten somebody physically walking down the street, but as soon as she gets behind the wheel, it’s like she can’t control herself and the car (SUV) has this amazing ability to pull the demons out of anybody.

    I hope she’s had sometime to think about this issue some more and realizes that they really threat to our cities is not bicyclists but drivers like her.

  • mikesonn

    They shut down the comment section if that says anything about how they are taking the criticism.

  • The Greasybear

    Yet another bad motorist who chose to pick a fight with a stranger on a city street is just shocked–SHOCKED!–that her target responded with rudeness and disrespect. Oh, the vapors! 

    Those uniquely awful bicyclists–don’t they know they must show fealty and courtly manners whenever an entitled bully in an SUV feels justified in starting a brawl?