Today’s Headlines

  • Crashes Involving Pedestrians “Have Skyrocketed” on Van Ness Ave (SF Examiner)
  • Chronicle Offers More Coverage on Efforts to Solve Caltrain’s Funding Crisis (SF Gate)
  • Infrastructurist: “Hating on the California High-Speed Rail Haters”
  • T4A Blog Corrects Media Coverage Blaming Pedestrians for Rise in Ped Deaths
  • L.A. Mayor “Pitches Transit Projects to New Members of Congress” (LA Times)
  • Jerry Brown’s Redevelopment Proposal “Rich with Small Ironies” (Calwatch)
  • Six Reasons Free Parking Is a Bad Idea (Grist via Sblog LA)
  • Muni Working on Long-Term Solution for Noisy N-Judah Trains (Muni Diaries)
  • Intercity Buses “Fastest Growing Transportation Mode” (Infrastructurist)
  • Redding Gets Low Walkability Score But Some Improvements Being Made (Record Searchlight)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill