Today’s Headlines

  • CA Bicycle Coalition, Senator Liu’s Rep to Debate Proposed Helmet Law on KQED Forum
  • Phil Matier: “Bike Groups Don’t Want to Adhere to Mandatory Helmets or Chip in for Bike Lanes” (CBS)
  • City’s Map of Deaths and Injuries on SF’s Streets Now Has 2011 Data (SF Public Press)
  • Panhandle Graced With “Bibliobicicleta,” a Mobile Library Towed by Bike (Hoodline)
  • Parking Meters on President’s Day? KQED: “Washington and Lincoln Would Not Have Approved”
  • Will Ad Campaigns Lead to Better Rider Etiquette on Muni and BART? (SF Chronicle)
  • How Transit Agencies Deal With Nasty Tweets From Frustrated Transit Riders (CityLab)
  • Bay Bridge Driver Gets Stuck in Rising Tide After Pulling Car Over Near Toll Plaza (CBS)
  • San Mateo Set to Approve a 50-Year Sustainable Streets Plan (Daily Journal)
  • The Impact of Driverless Cars: Greater Marin‘s David Edmondson Imagines Possibilities for Suburbia
  • Man, 43, Killed on Motorcycle After Collision in Woodside With Dump Truck Driver (CBS)

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