Today’s Headlines

  • AC Transit Begins Complying with Judge’s Order in Labor Dispute (KTVU, Merc)
  • More on Yesterday’s Muni Service Announcement from SF Gate, SF Examiner
  • Transit Officials Making Transition from Old Transbay Terminal to Temporary One (BCN via The Appeal)
  • Bay Area Council Chief Fires Off Letter Scolding HSR Critics (SJ Business Journal, SF Gate)
  • Congress Approves $1 Million for Housing, Transit Improvements in Sacramento (Sac Business Journal)
  • Mayor Newsom Signs Hunter’s Point Redevelopment Legislation (City Insider
  • A Protest Against Bike Helmets in Australia (Copenhagenize)
  • Is London’s Boris Johnson Building a Bike Network With Sufficient Urgency? (Global Urbanist)
  • Sacramento Judge Agrees with Sponsors and Orders Language Change on Prop 23 (Merc)
  • Mill Valley Hires Consultant to Develop Guidelines for Traffic Calming (Marin IJ)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Nick

    Re: MUNI Service Restoration

    Riders should not expect to see less crowded trains. The service cuts happened right before all the local colleges let out for the summer. The influx of students back into the City for the Fall semester means more MUNI riders and more status quo.