Today’s Headlines

  • Four Hospitalized in Car Crash at Hayes and Steiner After Driver Runs Stop (KTVU, Haighteration)
  • Bucchere’s Plea Deal Plasters Headlines, Here and Abroad (BBC, LAT, WaPoSFGateCBS)
  • SF Chronicle: Private Shuttles Good for Bay Area, but Need to Be Regulated
  • More From the Supes Hearing on Keeping Transit Up to Speed With Population Growth (CBS)
  • Second BART Strike Looms (KTVU); SF Chronicle: BART Negotiator Shouldn’t Be on Vacation
  • Tourists Take Go-Cars on the Bay Bridge (SF Examiner)
  • Another Bus Stolen: GG Transit Bus Taken From Novato Yard (Marin IJ)
  • Bumps for Greenbrae Interchange Working Group in Marin County (Marin IJ)
  • SamTrans Consolidates 390 and 391 Routes on El Camino Real (Daily Journal)
  • San Mateo County Supervisors Vote to Fund Paratransit With Sales Tax Revenue (Green Caltrain)
  • CAHSRA Seeks Contractors to Build First Segment in Spite of Looming Lawsuit (Fresno Bee)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Did anyone contact Captain Corrales for a statement about the Hayes and Steiner crash? Just wondering if he has an opinion along the lines of a STOP-sign running motorist’s “sense of entitlement.”

  • Mr Rogers

    The majority of cyclists run STOP signs, just as the vast majority of motorists don’t. And a large group of cyclists do that even when they’re taking right-of-way away from pedestrians, cars, and even other cyclists.

    There’s the “sense of entitlement”.

  • Um, this article is about a motorist who went over the speed limit, which is of course what most motorists feel entitled to do.