Today’s Headlines

  • CA Senate Approves Funding for First High-Speed Rail Segment (AP via NYT, Reuters via Examiner)
  • Bike Share Launch Stalled by Lingering Negotiations (SF Examiner)
  • Like Any City, SF Needs Dutch-Quality Urban Cycling Infrastructure (SFist)
  • Irate Muni Driver: “And the Paper Says I Get Paid Too Much” (SF Weekly)
  • Central Subway Lawsuit Claims Planned Union Square Station Violates City Charter (SF Examiner)
  • BART Releases New Video Explaining Friday Bikes On Board Rush Hour Pilot
  • Muni to Allow Strollers Onboard Soon, but When? (City Insider)
  • C.W. Nevius: SF’s “Infinite Democracy” Holds Back Improvements Like Bike Lanes
  • MTC to Consider Free Muni for Youth Plan Options (SF Examiner)
  • Modesto Bee Op-Ed: Pedestrians in Downtown Modesto Are Not Targets for Cars
  • SFGate‘s John King: Parklets Like New One at Farm:Table Are a Homegrown Effort
  • Caltrain to Test New Sign/Audio System Announcing Departure/Arrival Times (BCN via Examiner)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill