Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Shoots Roy Mottini, a North Beach Neighborhood Figure, After Altercation in Crosswalk (SFist)
  • Photos of the Transbay Transit Center’s Above-Ground Construction Progress (Curbed SF)
  • SF Examiner Looks Into Why Senator Mark Leno Decided Not to Run Against Ed Lee for Mayor
  • SF Public Works Makes it Easier to Remove Weak Street Trees (SFGate), Before They Collapse (KRON)
  • Taxis Bumper Stickers Bash “Ride-Share” (CBS); NerdWallet Calculates “Ride-Share” Driver Profits
  • BART Oakland Airport Connector Falling Short of Ridership Needed to Break Even (CBS)
  • Bay Bridge Piers in Oakland May Be Re-Used (SFGate); Builder May Develop West Oakland BART (Biz)
  • The Greater Marin Finds Good and Bad in Golden Gate Transit’s Service Changes Along Highway 101
  • San Rafael City Council Votes for SMART Quiet Zones Before Trains Have Hit the Tracks (Marin IJ)
  • It’s Amazing How Easy it is for a Distracted Driver to Flip Their Car on a Neighborhood Street (Marin IJ)
  • With Used Train Purchases and Electrification, Can Caltrain Make More Room for Bikes? (Daily Journal)
  • More on San Jose’s Proposed Sidewalk Bicycling Ban (NBC); CBS 5 Anchor Stan Bunger Applauds it

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