Today’s Headlines

  • Initial Review of Muni TEP Released — Would Voters Approve a Bond to Fund It? (SF Exam)
  • BART Approves Wireless Security System That Could Also Improve Wi-Fi (SFGate, CBS)
  • SF’s Housing Growth Could Put the Squeeze on Muni Riders (HuffPo)
  • With Development Boom, SF Planning Department in the Black, But Short on Staff (City Insider)
  • Egregious Sidewalk Parking, Brought to You by Lyft (Mission Mission)
  • Man Killed By Own Car in Nob Hill (SF Weekly)
  • Chuck Nevius Stopped Riding a Bike
  • Another Story About Discomfort With the JFK Bike Lanes (KALW)
  • SF Weekly Bike Columnist to Drivers: What Do You Want From Me?
  • Jerry Brown Touts CAHSR in Speech (Cyclelicious), Citing “Little Engine That Could” (LAT)
  • New Company Takes Over NextBus (Cyclelicious)
  • Push for CEQA Reform Comes From Broadening Base (Capitol Weekly)

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