Today’s Headlines

  • Bike Advocates: Gov. Jerry Brown Failing to Lead on Bike-Friendly Policies (Examiner.com)
  • Right on the Money: SF Chronicle Editorials Urge Funding for Caltrain and Ped Safety Upgrades in SF
  • Meanwhile, SF Weekly Runs This Obnoxious Column About Bike to Work Day
  • Planning Dept. to Present Final Castro Streetscape Plans Tomorrow (SF Chronicle)
  • BART Installing Sensors, Hiring Scuba Crew to Repair Transbay Tube When Damaged (SF Examiner)
  • Urban Life Signs Looks at Possibilities for a Tunnel Connecting Transbay Center to BART/Muni Metro
  • Last Pieces of Doyle Drive Being Removed in Presidio Highway Project (Mercury News)
  • Oakland Sees Another Successful Bike to Work Day (Oakland North)
  • Real Commitment: Mayor Tom Bates Wants to Make Berkeley “the Most Bike-Friendly City in the Country”
  • State Dept. Health Manager: Pedestrian Data So Bad “Because We Are a Car-Centric State” (SB)
  • SF Driver Claims Receipts Are Hard Evidence Her Parking Ticket is Bogus (SF Examiner)

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