Today’s Headlines

  • Muni Drivers Were Involved in 1,399 Collisions in 2010; 379 Were Preventable (SF Examiner)
  • SFMTA Investigating Case of Runaway Muni Bus in Daly City (SF Examiner)
  • 1-year-old Girl Dead After Being “Accidently Hit” by a Driver in Oakland (ABC7)
  • Sonoma County Bike Orgs Offer Reward for Info on Hit-and-Run of Bicyclist (Press Democrat)
  • Despite Disappointing CARB Vote, Ca.’s Diesel Regulations Remain a Model (Switchboard)
  • Ken Garcia: “When Historic Preservation Goes Too Far, Citizens Suffer”
  • Mayor Ed Lee: SF Redevelopment Projects Could Be Put on Fast Track (SF Gate)
  • Redding Has High Number of Car Crashes Compared to Other Ca. Cities (Record Searchlight)
  • For the 5th Year Since 2000, Portland Had No Fatal Bike Crashes; Car Crashes Down Too (Bike Portland)
  • WSJ Writes About SFPark: “New Meters Aim to Cure Parking Headaches”
  • Auburn, Alabama “Pedals Forward with Bike Initiative” (Auburn Plainsman)
  • Seattle’s Wallingford Area Will Get a Bicycle Boulevard (Seattle PI)
  • Send “SWOT” Teams in to Help Cities Ready to Make Big Changes (The Meggs Report)

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