Today’s Headlines

  • SF Examiner Looks at the City’s Rising Number of Pedestrians Injured by Drivers
  • Man on Bike Injured by Taxi Driver at Polk and Bush Streets (SF Weekly)
  • Muni Diaries Wants to Know: How Is Muni’s New 5L-Fulton Limited Service?
  • How Safe Routes to School Encourages Healthy Commutes in the Mission (Mission Local)
  • More From This Weekend’s Sunday Streets in the Inner Richmond (Richmond SF)
  • Lincoln Motors Sponsors a “Pocket Park” in Portola (SF Weekly)
  • Rec and Parks Driver Who Ran Over Woman Placed on Restricted Driving Terms (CBS, KTVU)
  • BART Union Members Weigh in on New Contract Proposal (KTVU)
  • Caltrain Launches Real-Time Departure Data on Website and App (Almanac)
  • Mountain View Apartment Building’s Parking Spaces Left Underused by Car-Free Residents (PTA)
  • Drunk Driver Who Killed Parents Walking in Menlo Park Misses Court Arraignment (NBC)
  • Man, 43 (CBS) and Woman, 26 (NBC) the 20th and 21st Pedestrians Killed in San Jose This Year

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • mikesonn

    Did I really read that right about Burnoski being able to continue to drive?

  • Anonymous

    he’s gonna be extra careful though! It’s not like he has alternatives.

  • Upright Biker

    Kudos to SF Examiner for using the term “injury collisions” instead of “accidents.”

  • mikesonn

    I think print used “accidents” in the headline, but I left my copy on the train.

  • Anonymous

    Sheesh, taking all driving privileges away from someone who has proven to be the very most harmful of all road users would just be mean, and vindictive! It’s not like he rolled a stop sign on a bike through an empty intersection or something. Show some sympathy and understanding!

  • Anonymous

    Maybe SFPD could reassign its “Wiggle Sting” officers in a way that would better combat the city’s rapidly increasing vehicle-pedestrian injury collisions?

    Yeah, just kidding.

  • Park user, not road user.