Today’s Headlines

  • BART Stands by Cell Shutdown as Debate Grows (SF Gate, SF Examiner, BCN via Appeal)
  • KQED’s Forum Focuses on BART Decision with 2 Legal Opinions (KQED)
  • Dot.Commentary: “Plenty of Losers, Few Winners in BART Debacle”
  • Democracy Now! Devoted Yesterday’s Show to BART and “Hacktivism’s Global Reach”
  • BART Board Directors “Divided Over Cell Phone Blackout” (Mercury News)
  • SFMTA Chief, Supervisor Wiener Forced to Delay Muni Metro Ride (SF Examiner)
  • Photo Released of Pickup Involved in Hit-and-Run That Killed SF Attorney (SF Gate)
  • 9-year-old SF Hit-and-Run Victim Goes Home to Pennsylvania (SF Gate)
  • Woman Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver in Pittsburg; Had Just Gotten Off BART (KTVU)
  • Bike Thieves Hitting Inner Sunset/Cole Valley Neighborhoods (SF Examiner)
  • APTA: Half of U.S. Transit Agencies Planning Service Cuts, Fare Hikes (Bloomberg)
  • SF Examiner:  New SFDPW Head “Has History of Sexism, Racism Accusations”
  • Dennis Herrera Calls SFDPW Appointment “Cronyism” and “Poor Judgement” (SF Examiner)
  • Muni Finds Woman’s Lost I.D., Which She Can’t Claim Without an I.D. (Muni Diaries)
  • Court Victory in NYC: Judge Tosses Prospect Park West Bike Lane Lawsuit (Streetsblog NY)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill