Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Chief Nat Ford Leading Candidate for D.C. Airports Job (SF Gate, WaPo)
  • The Future of BART’s General Manager, Dorothy Dugger, Remains Uncertain (Mercury News)
  • New BART West Dublin-Pleasanton Station Opens (KTVU)
  • Bay Area Transit Agencies Could Save Money by Merging Administrative Costs (SF Examiner)
  • At Public Hearing, Riders Urge Caltrain Not to Close Stations (SM Daily Journal)
  • BIKE NOPA: “City Streets Get Stuck with Middling Scores”
  • Twitter Deal Includes Promise of Improved Muni Service in Mid-Market (Bay Citizen)
  • Progress on SB375 Implementation But More Aggressive Policies are Needed (HealthyCal)
  • Lowenthal Wants to “Shake Up” California High-Speed Rail Board (AP, SM Daily Journal)
  • Central Valley Republicans Want HSR Money to Widen Freeways (CAHSR Blog)
  • Santa Cruz Police Chief to Propose Licensing Bicyclists (Santa Cruz Sentinel via Merc)
  • 25-year-old Man Walking on Skyline Blvd. Killed by Drunk Driver in Pacifica (SF Gate)
  • Cable Car Crashes Into 30-Stockton Bus in Russian Hill; Minor Injuries (BCN via SF Appeal)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill