Today’s Headlines

  • Challenges Remain for Task Force Looking to Restore Muni Service (City Insider)
  • Cyclist Seriously Hurt in Hit-and-Run During Santa Rosa Cycling Event (Press Democrat)
  • Signal Installed at Intersection Where Oakland Girl Was Killed in Hit-and-Run (ABC7)
  • No on 23 Campaigns Raise 16x the Amount of Money Than the Yes Side (California Watch)
  • CAHSR Blog Debunks New Report on the “Financial Risks” of Ca. High-Speed Rail
  • San Francisco’s Aggressive Recycling and Compost Policies Will Mean Zero Landfill Waste (Grist)
  • Improving UN Plaza Important for Reviving Mid-Market (Beyond Chron)
  • San Jose Ponders Ways to Raise Money to Fix Its Streets (Mercury News)
  • Columnist Sets Record Straight on Bike Lanes Planned for Downtown Vancouver (The Province)
  • New Portland Store Will Have More Space for Bike Parking Than for Car Parking (Bike Portland)
  • Unsafe Pavement Cost NYC $3.8 Million in Cyclist Lawsuits (News via Sblog NY)
  • Dramatic Spike in Number of Kids Injured on All-Terrain Vehicles (California Watch)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill