Today’s Headlines

  • Another Pedestrian Hit by Driver at Sunset and Yorba: Woman, 21, Injured (KTVUCBS, ABC, SFGate)
  • Light-Running Driver Jamie Linares, Who Killed Johny Alonzo-Castillo on C. Chavez, Turns Self in (CBS)
  • Coverage of Bike to Work Day (Examiner); Bikes Remain 76 Percent of Vehicle Traffic on Market (SFBC)
  • U.S. Census: SF’s Bike-to-Work Ratio Remains at 3.5 Percent (SFGate, SacBee)
  • SF Yellow Bike Project Going Strong in Offering Volunteer Services, Giving Bikes to Needy Kids (Exam)
  • KTVU‘s Latest Hard-Hitting Piece: SFPD Says Too Many Green Bike Lanes Confuse Drivers. Seriously.
  • Stanley Roberts Catches Cyclists Misusing Oak Bike Lane, Running Bike Signal; Drivers Parking in It
  • SPUR‘s Ocean Beach Master Plan Calls for Early Bike/Ped Path, Road Diet; Open House Tomorrow
  • Highway 1 in the Presidio to Be Closed Northbound Overnight Sunday for Presidio Parkway Work (MIJ)
  • BART Considers Cutting Service Hours to Accommodate New Worker Safety Rules (SFGate)
  • Long Rails Arrive in Novato for SMART Construction (Marin IJ)

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