Today’s Headlines

  • BART Admits Cutting Off Cell Service to Stop Protest Last Week (SF Gate)
  • Anonymous Makes Good on Threat to Hack BART’s Website (SF Gate, SF Examiner, Bay Citizen)
  • “1st Amendment Issues Mount” Over BART’s Decision, Protest Called for Today (SF Gate)
  • Merc Columnist: BART Decision Was “Authoritarian Thinking,” Reminiscent of Syria, Egypt
  • Chronicle Story on SFPD Ped Safety Enforcement Focuses on “Red-Light Running Cyclists”
  • Not Building High-Speed Rail in California Would Be More Expensive (CAHSRB)
  • Bay Area Council CEO: HSR is the “Test of Our Generation” (Chronicle Op-Ed)
  • SFMTA Chief Ed Reiskin Starts Job Today, Faces “Tough Time” (SF Gate)
  • Mercury News Profiles Streetline and Its Parking Sensor Technology
  • UC Davis Architecture Students Design for Social, Human Capital (Healthy Cal)
  • Transportation Summit Focuses on Lake Tahoe Restoration (Daily Tribune)
  • Norcal Gas Prices Drop, but Not in San Francisco (SF Examiner)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill