Today’s Headlines

  • BART Trains Meet Cleanliness Goals for First Time in 15 Years (SFExam)
  • Streamlined Central Subway Contracts to Speed Construction, Lower Costs (CSBlogCity Insider, SFExam)
  • Stricter Protections Considered in Response to Clipper Data Privacy Concerns (SFExamKQED)
  • Muni, BART to Run Extra Buses, Trains for World Series Games (KRONBART.gov)
  • SF Cyclists Express Their Giants Team Sprit (RideABikeMissionMission)
  • Sonoma County Supes Approve $6.5M for 13.2 Miles of Road Repairs (PressDemo)
  • Mountain View Planners: Transit Mode Shift Needed to Handle Commuter Influx (CBS)
  • Menlo Park to Get its First On-Street Bike Parking Corral (PeninsulaTranspo)
  • Downtown Berkeley Residents Petition for Traffic Calming, Safer Streets (Berkeleyside)
  • CHP Teaches Teens Dangers of Distracted Driving on Sonoma Racetrack (SFGateKTVU)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    4th St below the highway is about to be closed to all traffic.

    I’m wondering, is the Chinatown CS station also going to be cut/cover like the Union Square station?

  • Davistrain

    The article about Clipper cards reminded me of the book, “Little Brother” by Cory Doctorow.  Good reading!

  • The Mountain View article was worth reading for the link to the MV Mayor’s pod car idea. It was like being rick rolled.

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