Today’s Headlines

  • CA Judge Rules Reckless Driving Applies to Bikes, Too. Wait, Does it Apply to Cars? (SFGate)
  • KALW Looks at What Makes Van Ness Avenue So Dangerous
  • Muni to Start Installing Transit Priority Traffic Signals Along the N-Judah Monday (Hoodline)
  • SF Planning Commissioner Hisashi Sugaya to Be Replaced; Kathrin Moore to Keep Her Seat (Examiner)
  • BART Police to Crack Down on People Lying Down in Stations (SFGate, ABC)
  • If Congress Doesn’t Reauthorize Federal Funds by Aug 1, Bay Area Transit Could Be in Trouble (CBS)
  • Golden Gate Transit Officially, Permanently Cancels Bus Runs After Unannounced Cuts (Greater Marin)
  • Caltrain to Upgrade Public Announcement Systems at Four Stations (NBC)
  • Silicon Valley is Seriously Still Considering Widening Expressways (Business Journal)
  • Hayward Minivan Driver Hospitalizes Five-Year-Old Boy Running Across Street Near BART (KTVU)
  • CA High-Speed Rail Looks More Attractive to Private Investors With Cap-and-Trade Funding (CBS)
  • GJEL Looks at the National Economic Toll of Traffic Crashes

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