Today’s Headlines

  • Sacramento Judge Tosses Lawsuit Against High-Speed Rail Project (SF Business Times)
  • Palo Alto’s "Planning and Citizen Engagement Process" on High-Speed Rail
    is a Failure (CHSRB)
  • Seimens AG Sees U.S. as Prime Market for HSR and Renewable Energy (Industry Week)
  • Mother Jones: "Memo to Urban Environmentalists: Don’t Fight Development, Embrace It"
  • Congestion Tolls to Begin This Fall for Solo Drivers in I-680 Carpool Lanes (SF Gate)
  • Transit Funding Measure Qualifies for November Ballot (The Source via Other Side of the Tracks)
  • Denver Police Choose Bike to Work Day for "Focused Enforcement" on Bicyclists (Denver Post)
  • Naomi Klein: "Gulf Oil Spill a Violent Wound Inflicted on the Earth Itself" (Guardian UK)
  • Changes on Fell Street Near Problematic Arco Station Coming Soon (BIKE NOPA)
  • San Mateo Wants to Move Caltrain Hillsdale Station to Expand Parking (SF
  • San Rafael Testing New Parking Meters Along Fourth Street (Marin IJ)