Today’s Headlines

  • Cyclist Acquitted on DA’s Charges for Hitting Woman (KTVU); SFBG: Do Charges Show Gascón’s Bias?
  • SF Chronicle‘s John King: Car-Free Weekend on Lombard St Went Smoothly; CBS: It Was “Chaos”
  • C.W. Nevius on the Push to End Free Disabled Parking Placards (SFGate); Wiener Opposes it (CBS)
  • More on the SFpark Pilot Report and Plans for Expansion (SFGate)
  • SFMTA Board Expected to Approve First Round of On-Street Car-Share Parking Spots Tomorrow (SFBay)
  • SFMTA Hearing on Private Shuttle Regulations Draws Supporters, Tech Bus Haters (NBC, ABC 12)
  • Genentech’s Shuttle Operator Asked SFBC to Teach Their Drivers About Bike Safety (SF Weekly)
  • Bay Area Bike Share: The Latest Fashion Accessory (Mission Mission)
  • Community Meeting on Art Installations for Masonic Ave Redesign Planned Thursday (Hoodline)
  • Berkeley Considers Adding Climate Change Warning Stickers to Gas Pumps (Oakland Tribune)
  • Silicon Valley Companies Trying to Design New Car Tech That Doesn’t Distract Drivers (ABC)
  • CAHSRA and Amtrak Ditch Joint Bid for Money-Saving Train Manufacturer Contract (CBS)

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