Today’s Headlines

  • Safer Polk Street Advocates, Parking Defenders Spar at SFMTA Hearing (ABC, SF Examiner)
  • Chronicle‘s Nevius Cites Study to Argue Ped Countdown Signals Are Dangerous, Ignores Other Studies
  • Anti-Terrorism Funds Boost Muni Fare Enforcement (Exam); Muni/Car Crash at 16th & Mission (SFBay)
  • Muni Service Increases (SFBay); Debate Continues Over Transit-Priority Signals on Haight (Hoodline)
  • D3 Sup. Christensen: Central Subway Extension a “Savior”; “Better Transit Shouldn’t Be Controversial”
  • “SFBARF” Group Wants to See High Rises on City College Reservoir Near Balboa Park BART (Weekly)
  • Survey: BART Rider Satisfaction at 16-Yr Low (KTVU, ABC); More on Second Transbay Tube (SFGate)
  • School Parents Park on New Oakland Bike Lane (GJEL); More on Richmond-SR Bridge Bike Path (SFG)
  • South SF Steps Up Traffic Enforcement (SM Daily); Caltrain Commuter Coalition Calls for Support (Chron)
  • Apparently Drunk Driver Hits Five Peninsula Cyclists on Mendocino County Road (Press Democrat)
  • Marin County Planners Look at Ways to Make Highway Interchange Safer for Walking, Biking (Marin IJ)
  • Three Killed in Solo Car Crash on Highway 101 in San Jose (ABC)

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