Today’s Headlines

  • Muni “Sick-Out” Cuts Two-Thirds of Fleet; (SFGate, ExamKQEDABC); Reiskin Apologizes (SFBay)
  • Artists Plan to Install Lights on Market’s Overhead Muni Wires That Follow Subway Trains (SocketSite)
  • Bike Traffic on Fell Has Increased 46 Percent Since Curbside Buffered Bike Lane Was Installed (CityLab)
  • Manager of SFPD’s “Bait Bike” Program Wants to Camp Out in Your Garage (Business Insider)
  • Upper Haight Streetscape Design Open House Planned Next Week (Hoodline)
  • Stanley Roberts Catches Bay Bridge Carpool Cheaters; Oakland Mayor Quan Using Phone While Driving
  • NBC Catches Uber, Lyft Drivers Picking Up Passengers at SFO Illegally
  • $1.2B Has Failed to Fix Highway 101 Congestion on the Peninsula — Time for Congestion Pricing (Merc)
  • Settlement Reached Between Menlo Park Driver and Family of Boys He Crushed on Sidewalk (Almanac)
  • Palo Alto Council Gives Up on Plan to Allow Expanded Building Setbacks on El Camino Real Sidewalks
  • Get Out and Vote: Cyclelicious Lists California-Wide Bike-Friendly Candidate Endorsements

More headlines at Streetsblog USA