Today’s Headlines

  • No, Traffic Congestion in SF Isn’t Getting Worse. It’s Getting Better (SFGate)
  • SFMTA Plans to Spend 2 Percent on Bicycling in Next Five Years, Even With Ballot Measures (SFBC)
  • Photographer Wants Cyclists in Effort to Capture SF’s “Evolution Into a More Bike-Friendly City” (SF Mag)
  • Caltrain Declares State of Emergency for SF’s Deteroriating Quint St Bridge (ABC)
  • Vice: SF is “the Worst Place Ever” Because Transit is a “Joke” and Drivers are Called “Eco-Terrorists”
  • NoPa’s Streets Getting Greener With More Sidewalk Gardens (Hoodline)
  • Smart Cars Flipped and Tipped by Vandals in the Mission, Bernal Heights, and Ingleside (ABC, KTVU)
  • Golden Gate Bridge Tolls Increased by $1 Yesterday (KTVU)
  • Caltrans Looks to Lure Birds From Old Bay Bridge Span; BART Labor Politics Heat Up Race (SFGate)
  • Can San Jose’s “BRT,” Mostly Without Bus Lanes, Make the Case for “Truly Rapid Transit”? (SPUR)
  • An Early Look at Livable Streets Champions and Foes in San Jose’s Upcoming Election (Cyclelicious)

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