Today’s Headlines

  • Protests in Oakland Over the Release of Ex-BART Cop (SF Exam, SF Gate)
  • Matier & Ross: BART Director James Fang’s Pal Gets Board’s Backing for Hotel
  • SF Examiner Editorial Blasts Muni Operators for Contract Rejection
  • Chuck Nevius: “Muni’s Broken But It’s Not Beyond Repair”
  • N-Judah Express Bus Service to Start Today (BCN via SF Examiner)
  • Man “Suffers Life-Threatening Injuries,” Hit by Driver in SoMa (SF Exam)
  • Pedestrian, Bicyclist Hurt by Drivers in Santa Rosa Crashes (Press Democrat)
  • Woman Struck by Cable Car at Broadway and Mason (ABC 7)
  • Powell Street Promenade Construction to Get Underway (SF Examiner)
  • SF Streets Bond Measure Moving Forward (KCBS Radio)
  • “Clustering of Pot Clubs” Gets SF Planning Commission’s Attention (City Insider)
  • CARB to Study San Bernardino Rail Yard Effects on Low-Income Communities (LAT)
  • The 500-mile long Bay Trail is “an Idea as Much as a Place” (SF Examiner)
  • Dressing for the Bike: No Need for a Shower or Change of Clothes (LA Times)
  • “Dump the Pump Day” is This Wednesday (NRDC Switchboard)
  • Landlord Triples Rent, Forcing SF Cyclery to Close Soon (Cole Valley Alley)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill