Today’s Headlines

  • AC Transit Strike Called Off After Unions, Management Reach Agreement (NBC, CBSSFGate, Merc)
  • Gov’s Board to Hear Facts on BART Dispute (SF Exam), and it Probably Won’t Solve Anything (NBC)
  • Labor Professor: Banning Transit Strikes Didn’t Work in New York City (SF Chronicle)
  • As if Urban Planning is New, Libertarian Group Sues Against Plan Bay Area (SFGate, Business Times)
  • Video: Former Mayor Art Agnos Compares 8 Washington to the Embarcadero Freeway (SFGate)
  • No Stats to Blame Texting Pedestrians, but That Won’t Stop Stanley Roberts From Grabbing Ratings
  • Meanwhile, SF Weekly Wonders if There Are Any Stats to Blame Drunk Pedestrians for Crashes in SF
  • Cyclelicious Hunts Bike-Share Stations in San Jose, Plus: a Look at the Man in Charge
  • Latest Version of the CA Driver’s Handbook Devotes More Ink to Bicycling (Cyclelicious)
  • Listen in on KQED Forum‘s Discussion on the CPUC’s Attempts to Regulate Ride-Share Services
  • Marinwood to Celebrate Measures to Curb Freeway Drivers Cutting Through Neighborhood (Marin IJ)
  • Oakland Driver Gets Manslaughter Charges for Killing Passenger While Fleeing Police (SFGate)

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