Today’s Headlines

  • BART Back on Track as Negotiations Continue (SFGate, SF Examiner, CBS)
  • BART Pledges to Crack Down on Absenteeism (SF Chronicle)
  • Do BART Workers Need to Work on Their PR to Gain Political Support? (SF Chronicle 1, 2SF Weekly)
  • More on SPUR’s BART Strike Takeaways for More a Resilient Transit System (SF Chronicle)
  • Apps Provided Options for the Wealthy (NC), But Many Rideshared the Old-Fashioned Way (Alamedan)
  • City Agencies Seek Public Input on Streetscape Upgrades at Valencia and Mission (Bernalwood)
  • New SF Company the First to Offer Shared Leases on Cars (CBS)
  • No Charges Yet for Firefighter Who Allegedly Drove Truck Drunk, Causing Crash (SF Appeal)
  • Man Killed by Caltrain in Atherton (SFGate)
  • In Palo Alto, the Car-Dependent Elderly Who Can’t Drive Turn to Volunteer Pick-Up Services (PA Online)
  • Driver Kills Pedestrian in Union City (SFGate)
  • Santa Rosa Police Crack Down on Drivers Violating Ped Right-of-Way, Jaywalking (Press Democrat)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill