Today’s Headlines

  • Sloat Pedestrian Safety Improvements Won’t Be Designed Until June 2014 (SFGate)
  • Defense Attorney: Driver That Killed Girl on Sloat Was Barely Over Legal Alcohol Limit (SF Exam)
  • Far Fewer Students Enrolled in Free Muni for Youth Than Expected (SF Examiner)
  • SFBC Rewards Good Cycling Behavior With Chocolate and a Chance to Win a Vacation (SF Weekly)
  • Witnesses Testify Against Chris Bucchere at Hearing on Bike-Pedestrian Death  (ABC, KTVU)
  • Muni to Use Shorter Buses Only on 67 Line for Next Three Months, According to Bus Driver (Bernalwood)
  • More on Supervisor Katy Tang’s Call to Curb Muni Switchbacks (SF Examiner)
  • Privatizing Public Transit Doesn’t Solve a Lot of Problems (Bay Citizen)
  • Opening Day Walk Across the New Bay Bridge Will Be Fee-Free (SF Examiner)
  • How Can SF Best Accommodate Increased Density in the Coming Decades? (SFGate, SFBG)
  • Approval of Caltrain/HSR “Blended Track” Agreement Falls Short by One Vote (
  • Menlo Park Lawyer Prepares New Lawsuit Against HSR Construction in Central Valley (Almanac)
  • Hayward City Council Votes to Eliminate Red-Light Cameras (CoCo Times)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill