Today’s Headlines

  • Woman on Bike Hospitalized by Hit-and-Run SUV Driver at 19th and Capp Streets (Mission Local)
  • In Four Months, SFPD Has Only Cited Four Drivers for Violating CA’s 3-Foot Bike Passing Law (Examiner)
  • Balboa Park Citizens Advisory Committee Needs Members to Help Shape Streets (Ingleside Light)
  • KQED‘s Bryan Goebel Explains the Current Grand Vision for Transportation in the Bay Area
  • Survey: goBerkeley Demand-Based Pricing Made Parking Easier at Popular Destinations (Berkeleyside)
  • Bringing Your Bike on Bay Area Transit is Easier Than Ever (SFGate)
  • At Least BART’s Ticket Machines are Simpler Than the NYC Subway’s (Next City)
  • San Rafael Residents Concerned Plans for Bike/Ped Path Along SMART Are Incomplete (Marin IJ)
  • South SF Moves to Improve Access to Its Caltrain Station (Green Caltrain)
  • Palo Alto Competition Jury Selects Favored Design for Bike/Ped Bridge Over Hwy 101 (SFGate)
  • Metering Lights Coming to Hwy 85 in South Bay to Ease Congestion (ABC)
  • Mountain View City Council Looks to Develop Downtown Parking Lots (PT)

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