Today’s Headlines

  • SFPD Seeking Hit-and-Run Driver Who Hospitalized Bicycle Rider at Seventh and Mission (KTVU)
  • Muni L-Taraval Train Derails at West Portal (CBS)
  • SF Weekly Columnist Looks at a Couple of Kickstarter Products That Could Help Recover Stolen Bikes
  • SFGate Columnist to NIMBYs: “Is SF Really Fine Just the Way it Is?”
  • BART, Labor Unions to Re-Negotiate Contract Dispute Today (NBCABC, CoCo Times, SFBG)
  • GG Bridge Directors Schedule Public Meetings on Proposed Toll Hikes (SFGate)
  • Larkspur Ferry Terminal Parking Fee of $2 Approved, Goes Into Effect Jan. 6 (Marin IJ)
  • Caltrain to Hold Public Meetings on GoPass Employer Program Expansion (SM Daily Journal)
  • Menlo Park Transpo Commission Votes to Remove Parking From Bike Lane in Front of School (PTA)
  • Cyclelicious Looks at the New 2012 Data of Californians Killed on Bikes
  • Family of Two-Year-Old Killed by Driver in Pittsburg Urges Motorists to Take Care on the Streets (CoCo)
  • $416M Caldecott Tunnel Fourth Bore Opens to Save Minutes for Reverse Commuters (CoCo Times)

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  • mikesonn

    I’d guess a North Beach Central Subway station would cost about $500 million. But yes MTC, we totally needed that 4th bore (with no bike/ped access). Cars uber alles!

  • mikesonn

    Also, in Menlo Park this morning.

    https://twitter.com/BungerKCBS/status/402488267271966720

    Stan Bunger @BungerKCBS

    Menlo Park PD: cyclist taken to hosp w/ “possible life threatening injuries”. Motorist at scene cooperating. Scene: Marsh at Bayfront Exwy

  • aslevin

    terrible intersection to ride through. MP’s answer to the new development is to add more car lanes in the intersection. Facebook is reopening a bike/ped undercrossing but not soon enough for this cyclist.

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