Today’s Headlines

  • Temporary Embarcadero Protected Bike Lanes Leave Riders Wanting Permanent Solution (KTVU)
  • Despite Being Unfinished, New Bay Bridge Bike/Ped Path Continues to Be Popular (Exam, SFGate)
  • Utility Box Mural Depicting Mona Caron’s Utopian Vision of Duboce and Church Disappears (CB)
  • Continued Calls for Bike-Share Expansion in Other Neighborhoods (SFGate), Including the Castro (CB)
  • Bay Area Bike Share Says SF Bikes Can’t Be Moved Out of City Due to Unique GPS Outfits (Cyclelicious)
  • Parks Truck Driver Says He Didn’t Know He Hit Woman (SFGate); Victim’s Husband Grateful for Support
  • SF Weekly Bike Columnist Looks at Bike Commuting Perks Offered by Two SF Startups
  • BART Looks at Running Some Service During Strike (NBC); Workers Still Need Safe Lighting (SFBG)
  • Managing Demand or Paving Asphalt: Solution to Muir Woods’ Parking Crunch is a No-Brainer (SFGate)
  • New Larkspur Ferry Shuttle Picking Up a Growing Number of Riders (Marin IJ)
  • Distracted Redwood City Driver Allowed to Leave After Hospitalizing Two Motorcycle Cops (KTVU)
  • Palo Alto City Council Considers Ramping Up Programs to Reduce Driving (Peninsula Transpo)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill