Today’s Headlines

  • Thousands of Low-Income SF Students Apply for the Free Muni Pilot Program (SFGate)
  • KALW Spotlights the SF Bike Coalition’s Classes Teaching New Taxi Drivers About Bike Safety
  • California Gas Prices Over $5 in Some Locations (Contra Costa Times)
  • Golden Gate Bridge District Prepares Drivers for All-Electronic Tolling (KALW)
  • Caltrain Elevated Crossing Project in San Bruno Faces Delays and $14 Million Increase (SF Examiner)
  • Caltrain Seeks Input on Changes to Analysis of Service Change Effects On Low-Income Communities
  • Marin Installing More Electric Car Charging Stations to Make Driving Them Convenient (Marin IJ)
  • Group of Novato Residents Upset About SMART’s Tree-Cutting & Track Plan (Marin IJ)
  • Berkeley Designer’s Concept Map for National High-Speed Rail Gains National Attention (KQED)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Anonymous

    RE: California Gas Prices Over $5 in Some Locations

    Bring it! Few things make me as a happy as increasing gas prices. It’s sad, but unfortunately hitting people in their pocketbooks seems to be the only way to get people to change their behavior, even when the destruction of the planet is on the line.

  • Ted King

    Per the article in the Contra Costa Times on gas prices :
    s/$5/$4/

  • “Several refineries in Southern California have also had problems in the past two weeks, which is why prices there are well over the $4 mark, and in some places $5 or more.”

  • Ted King

     My apologies – I was distracted by the title. Had I written the title it would have been “Gas prices spike to $5 in California, average near $4 per AAA”.