Today’s Headlines

  • Supervisors Officially Adopt Vision Zero (Exam), as Recommended by the Dept. of Public Health (Exam)
  • Muni Drivers’ Overtime Lawsuit Could Cost SFMTA Millions (SFWeekly)
  • Supervisor Breed Proposes Allowing Civil Prosecutions for Graffiti, a Problem for Muni (SF Examiner)
  • In Apparent Road Rage, Driver Steals Driver’s Keys, Leaving Car Stuck on Folsom in the Mission (ML)
  • Man Gets Bike Stolen While Stopped at Red Light on Market Street (SF Weekly)
  • PUBLIC Bikes Closing Existing Shops, Moving to Hayes Valley (Hoodline)
  • Alameda Police Target Drivers Violating Pedestrians’ Right of Way in Crosswalks (PBB)
  • Early Bay Area Bike Advocate and Caltrans Engineer Peter Jansen Dies in Berkeley at 92 (Berkeleyside)
  • SPUR Report: A Great Downtown San Jose Needs Transit-Oriented Development (CoCo Times)
  • Mountain View to Consider Funding Development of “Pod Cars,” $7M to $8M Per Mile (MercNBC)
  • Strong Support Shown for Palo Alto’s Bike Boulevards as Council Approves Design Contracts (Palo Alto)
  • How to Take Transit for Some Nice Recreational Bike Trips Around the Bay Area (SFGate)

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