Today’s Headlines

  • Double-Fine Zones Help Reduce Crashes But 19th Ave, Van Ness Still Traffic Sewers (SF Examiner)
  • Transbay Terminal Construction Idle While Planners Study Impacts (SF Gate)
  • Environmental Groups Reach Settlement in Challenge of Hunter’s Point Development (SF Gate)
  • Mayor’s Office, Livable City Announce Sunday Streets Routes for 2011 (BIKE NOPA)
  • Talk of Dismantling Redevelopment Agencies Draws Mixed Reaction in San Mateo (SM Daily Journal)
  • Senator Boxer Pledges to Fight GOP Effort to Stop EPA from Regulating GHGs (KPCC)
  • Arizona Rep. Gifford, Shot in Rampage, is Member of Bike Caucus (League of American Cyclists)
  • SF Gate: “Folding Bike Makes Cycling Lifestyle Convenient”
  • Marin IJ Profiles Mike’s Bikes: “A Passion for Bikes — and Philanthropy”
  • Washington State to Consider a New Safe Passing Law (Bike Portland)
  • Cole Valley Alley Investigates the Cobblestone Circles on Some San Francisco Streets
  • SF Bike Party Rolls Through the City, Providing Good Times and Good Vibes (Richmond SF Blog)
  • Some Highlights from Yesterday’s No Pants Ride (Muni Diaries)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill