Today’s Headlines

  • $942M Central Subway Grant Signed by President, Headed to Congress for Approval (SF Examiner)
  • Solo Driver Assemblywoman Fiona Ma Doesn’t Like HOV Lane on I-80, Drafts Bill Against It (SFGate)
  • SFMTA Board Lets Taxi Drivers Sell Permits, Ignoring Long-Standing Wait List (SFGateSF Examiner)
  • How SF Families Bike for Transportation (Bay Citizen)
  • SFBC Executive Director Leah Shahum to the WSJ: “It’s About the Bike as a Means to an End”
  • Clipper to Introduce $3 Fee For New Cards Starting Sept. 1 (Sac BeeMuni Diaries)
  • Even Plastic Red Cups Help Keep Drivers Out of Bike Lanes (Atlantic Cities)
  • Motorist Pleads Not Guilty to Running Over Fremont Mother with Stroller on Sidewalk (Argus)
  • Menlo Park Family Sues Driver Who Struck, Injured Teen in Crosswalk (Palo Alto Online)
  • San Rafael City Council Accepts SMART Station TOD Plan Despite Resident Protests (MarinIJ)
  • East Bay Express Explains the “Dos and Don’ts” of Riding AC Transit
  • San Jose Council Approves Compromise Plan for Hedding Street Bike Lanes (Cyclelicious)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill