Today’s Headlines

  • New Bay Bridge Tolls Translate Into More Revenue and Less Congestion (SF Gate, Merc)
  • First Piece of Bridge Tower Installed on New Bay Bridge Span (SF Examiner
  • New Poll Showing Support for AB 32 Poses Challenges for Whitman, Fiorina (SF Gate)
  • SF Bike Share Program Could Spread to Other Bay Area Cities (SF Examiner)
  • Bicyclist Killed by Driver on Sacramento’s Florin Road Identified (Sac Bee
  • More on the Deal That Killed SF Supes Muni Charter Amendment (The Snitch
  • Task Force Appointed to Chart Palo Alto’s Vision for Caltrain Corridor (Palo Alto Online)
  • Will Environmentalists Regroup Around a Carbon Fee Instead of a Carbon Cap? (The Nation)
  • Portland DOT Goal: Give Authority to Set Speed Limits to Local Jurisdictions (Bike Portland)
  • "Make BP Pay" Protest at SF City Hall Today (Fix Fell Now!)
  • MTC Approves Funding for GG Bridge Suicide Barrier (Marin IJ)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Re: New toll via SFGate. In case people don’t click through to the picture, this is what saving $2 looks like.

    I’d like to comment on the fact that most of those cars probably sped 10 mph over the speed limit only to sit and wait for 5-10 min. Post a CHP there for 2-3 days and slap a fine on them. Then put up a changeable message sign that says “stopping on the shoulder results in $$$ fine”.

  • Nick

    RE: SF Bike Share “Spreading” to Other Cities

    This implies that the program started in SF and moved outwards. Last time I checked not even the smallest attempt has been made at actually implementing a bike share program here.

    These are some mind-bending press releases completely devoid of reality. I guess it takes an imaginary bike share program to complement an imaginary bike network. Do the people who work for SF even live in the City?