Today’s Headlines

  • Bike Advocates: Gov. Jerry Brown Failing to Lead on Bike-Friendly Policies (Examiner.com)
  • Right on the Money: SF Chronicle Editorials Urge Funding for Caltrain and Ped Safety Upgrades in SF
  • Meanwhile, SF Weekly Runs This Obnoxious Column About Bike to Work Day
  • Planning Dept. to Present Final Castro Streetscape Plans Tomorrow (SF Chronicle)
  • BART Installing Sensors, Hiring Scuba Crew to Repair Transbay Tube When Damaged (SF Examiner)
  • Urban Life Signs Looks at Possibilities for a Tunnel Connecting Transbay Center to BART/Muni Metro
  • Last Pieces of Doyle Drive Being Removed in Presidio Highway Project (Mercury News)
  • Oakland Sees Another Successful Bike to Work Day (Oakland North)
  • Real Commitment: Mayor Tom Bates Wants to Make Berkeley “the Most Bike-Friendly City in the Country”
  • State Dept. Health Manager: Pedestrian Data So Bad “Because We Are a Car-Centric State” (SB)
  • SF Driver Claims Receipts Are Hard Evidence Her Parking Ticket is Bogus (SF Examiner)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Caltrain article behind paywall 🙁

  • Anonymous

    I’m rather hoping the Doyle Drive project runs out of money and they finish it up with the single span. It’s practically as wide as the bridge itself, which will always be the bottleneck, so why double it?