Today’s Headlines

  • SFPD Issued 126 Tickets in Ped Safety Crackdown on Van Ness, Folsom Wednesday (SF Examiner)
  • Meet the “Free the Streets” Coalition (Plus: Shots of the Green Polk Contra-Flow Bike Lane) (KTVU)
  • Woman Assaulted, Pepper Sprayed by Men Who Stole Her Bike (KTVU)
  • Muni 30X Bus Engine Catches Fire at Howard and Main, No Passengers on Board (SF Examiner)
  • An Interview With SF’s New Citywide Planning Director, Gil Kelley (SF Business Times)
  • On Average, SF’s Lower Transpo Spending More Than Makes Up for High Housing Costs (Bold Italic)
  • Oakland Airport Connector Poised to Cost BART $10K Per Passenger (SFGateTransFormTransbay)
  • GJEL Looks at Oakland’s Telegraph Avenue Proposals for Parking-Protected Bike Lanes
  • Golden Gate Transit Bringing Wi-Fi Back to Its Buses (Marin IJ)
  • Santa Clara County May Fast Track Transpo Tax on Ballot After Polls Show Strong Promise (Mercury)
  • Cyclelicious Looks at Where Strava-Using Cyclists Shop Using “Global Heat Map”
  • KQED Looks at What California’s New “Active Transportation Program” Means for Bike/Ped Funding

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