Today’s Headlines

  • Man Killed by Arrested Driver Wednesday on Van Ness ID’d as Paul Lambert, 35 (SF Weekly)
  • With BRT Four Years Away, Van Ness Not Set for Ped Safety Measures Any Time Soon (KTVU)
  • More on the Valentine’s Day Call for Vision Zero With City Officials (CBS, SF Appeal)
  • Where Did CBS 5 Get This? “Most Pedestrians Killed Were Crossing Illegally, Mid-Block”
  • Uber’s New Background Checks Still Wouldn’t Catch Record of Driver Who Killed Sofia Liu (SFBT)
  • SFMTA Considers Expanding Free Muni Passes to Low-Income Adults (KQED)
  • Meeting Next Week on Muni TEP Proposals for 6, 71 Lines in the Upper Haight (Haighteration)
  • Muni Director Defends Shoddy Hybrid Bus Purchase to Supervisors (SF Weekly)
  • New Santa Clara 49ers Stadium Plan Includes 750 Bike Parking Spaces, Valet Program (Cyclelicious)
  • Palo Alto Commission Approves Transit-Oriented Development Plan for California Ave. (PA Online)
  • Caltrain Begins Clearing Brush for Rail Bridge Replacements in San Mateo (RT&S)
  • Third Foster City Pedestrian Collision This Year Sparks Calls for Safety Measures (SM Daily Journal)

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