Today’s Headlines

  • Hit-and-Run Driver Hospitalizes Woman, 50, and Man, 80, at Turk and Mason (CBS)
  • Red Light-Runner in Last Week’s Car Crash at Octavia and Oak Had Stolen Car for Burglary (Hoodline)
  • Chronicle Op-Eds on Muni-Funding Prop B: For and Against
  • Matier & Ross: Prop A Will Help “Put Driving Last;” Quentin Kopp: Fund the Muni TEP? “What’s That?”
  • Survey: 14 Percent of Riders Say Muni is “Excellent,” 50 Percent Say It’s “Good” (SFBay)
  • Scenes From Yesterday’s Bustling Sunday Streets on Valencia, the Last of the Year (Mission Local 1, 2)
  • It Really is Unusual That the SEI Union is Backing Republican James Fang for BART Board (SFGate)
  • Bay Bridge Repair Plates Cause Drivers to Slow to a Crawl; Caltrans Removes Them (SFGate, KTVU)
  • San Mateo County Transportation Authority Wants Input on Five-Year Strategic Plan (SF Examiner)
  • SMART Board Plans to Buy More Rail Cars After Service Begins (Marin IJ)
  • Atherton City Council Takes Step Towards Studying Road Diet on El Camino Real (Almanac)
  • LA Joins SF in Banning MonkeyParking (CBS)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • NoeValleyJim

    I recently read a UC Berkeley study that showed that cars are more likely to roll through stop signs than bicycles. Now I cannot find it. Can anyone here help point me to it?

  • In the absence of cross traffic, the probabilities are rather high in both cases 😉