Today’s Headlines

  • Ten SFMTA Managers Who Were Laid Off Made at Least $100K Per Year (SF Examiner)
  • First Stretch of JFK Drive Buffered Bike Lanes Striped (San Franciscoize)
  • MTC to Vote on $467M Allocation for Caltrain Electrification (SF Examiner)
  • New Highway Toll Lanes Just a Small Part of 570-Mile Plan (SFGate)
  • Highway Widening Projects a Major Part of $5B Caltrans Spending Blitz (Mercury NewsCBS 5)
  • SacBee Story Brings Bay Bridge Safety Panel’s Objectivity Into Question (CoCo TimesNBC Bay Area)
  • Bernalwood Details the Discontinuity Problem of Peralta Avenue
  • C.W. Nevius: Bike Hut Brings Good Deals, Youth Education to South Beach
  • Cyclelicious Notices Public Transit Increasingly Popular Among Bay Area Youth
  • Daly City Trio Who Killed Man in Hit-and-Run Sentenced to Prison (Fresno Bee)
  • Bay Area’s Bike to Work Day Campaign Kicks Off (EON)
  • BikingInLA Makes the Case for Tougher Anti-Distracted Driving Legislation

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    RE: MTC on Caltrain Electrification

    “But by recommending the plan, the MTC would steer all that money away from agencies such as BART and Muni and toward Caltrain.”

    The article doesn’t go into what funds those would be and what projects, if any, would be impacted. Any one have some insight?

  • mikesonn
  • Anonymous

    @mikesonn:disqus jeepers, where was that reporter when MTC was getting funding for the Central Subway and BART to Baryessa?