Today’s Headlines

  • Tales of Anti-Bike Bias From SFPD Told at City Hall Hearing (KTVU 1, 2CBS, SFBC)
  • SFMTA: Four New Bicycle Green Waves Coming Next Spring (SF Examiner)
  • Potentially Life-Saving Bike Lane Coming to Folsom, and All SF Appeal Can Headline is the Price Tag
  • Muni Metro Installs Platform Markings Telling Boarding Riders to Wait Their Turn (SFist)
  • More From This Week’s City Hall Hearing on Double Parking (Mission Local)
  • Vigil Held for Woman Run Over in Holly Park; Parks Driver Still Not Charged (NBC, SF Appeal)
  • Hayes Valley Project With Grocery Store, 136 Units, 275 Parking Spaces Heads to Planning (SFBG)
  • UCSF Synapse Puts the Spotlight on the SF Bike Party
  • BART Talks Take Small Step Forward (ExamSFGate, KQED), Non-Riders Oppose Strike (SFW, KTVU)
  • Marin County Drivers Ignore Ban on Cut-Thrus to Skip Freeway (People Behaving Badly)
  • Sunday Streets Berkeley Returns Next Week (CoCo Times)
  • Without Full Funding, Dumbarton Bridge Rail Restoration to Be Put on Hold (Green Caltrain)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill