Today’s Headlines

  • This Evening: “Ride of Silence” Visits Sites Where SF Cyclists Were Killed in Recent Years (SF Appeal)
  • Driver Crashes Into Haight Street Market Parklet (Uppercasing)
  • Curbed SF Maps Transportation Mega Projects in the Bay Area
  • SF Chronicle Covers the New Report on Millennials’ Decreasing Driving Habits
  • Pedestrian Killed by Caltrain in San Bruno (CoCo Times)
  • NTSB’s Proposal to Lower BAC Limits Brings Mixed Reactions From Bay Area MADD, Lawyer (CBS)
  • Judge Orders Rideshare Companies to Show Proof of Insurance Policies (SF Examiner, SF Weekly)
  • Bay Bridge Still Has “Fighting Chance” to Have Bad Bolts Replaced and Open This Year (SFGate, CBS)
  • San Jose Driver Kills 6-Year-Old Girl, Hospitalizes Sister and Aunt Crossing Street (CBS)
  • People Behaving Badly: Drivers Caught Exhibiting Deadly Road Rage on Camera
  • New DMV Web Page, Video Show Drivers How to Share the Road With Cyclists (Cyclelicious)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Dash-cams and go-pros, our only hope.

  • jimmy

    I love how Curbed’s Mega Projects “OMG $20 BILLION!” list includes a number of BRT routes but missed the billions we spend on onramps and new freeway lanes.