Today’s Headlines

  • Jennie Zhu Charged With Vehicular Manslaughter in Pacific Heights Crash That Killed Teen (CBS, KTVU)
  • SF’s Most Bike Crash-Prone Intersections Highlighted in Bold Italic
  • Young Bay Area Couples Looking to Abandon Cars, Buy Homes Near Public Transit (Mercury News)
  • Chronicle Columnist Gets it: More Walkable Development Will Increase Affordability in the Bay Area
  • Study: SF, Oakland Among American Cities Where Car Use is Declining (SF Examiner)
  • Mission High School Bike Workshop Popular With New Foreign Students (Mission Local)
  • Keeping Cars Moving Through Oakland’s Latham Square Seen as a “Compromise” (SFGate)
  • Autopsy Report Finds Workers Had Backs Turned When Hit by BART Trains Near Walnut Creek (SFGate)
  • Greater Marin: Efficient Bus, Ferry Transit Carries 27 Percent of People Across the Golden Gate
  • Palo Alto Take Steps to Mitigate Construction Impacts to Businesses During California Ave. Project (PAO)
  • State Board Grants CAHSRA Its First Eminent Domain Seizure in Fresno (SM Daily Journal)

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