Today’s Headlines

  • SF Chronicle‘s C.W. Nevius Doesn’t Get Why Mandating Bike Helmets Could Be a Bad Thing
  • City Controller’s Report: SF Has Most Cyclists Injured Per Capita in CA, But Low Death Rate (SF Weekly)
  • SAFE Bikes Registration Program Celebrates One Year as Woman Reunited With Stolen Bike (ABC)
  • Bike Station Opens at 19th Street BART in Oakland (Inside Bay Area)
  • BART Looks to SF to Fund $1 Billion in Infrastructure Costs (SF Examiner)
  • SF Weekly: If CA Law Allows SFMTA’s Shuttle Stop Program, Why Does a Lawmaker Need to Change it?
  • Residential Parking Permit Area Q Up for Approval by SFMTA Board of Directors Tuesday (Hoodline)
  • Sunnyvale Council Votes Against Dedicated Bus Rapid Transit Lanes on El Camino Real (Mercury News)
  • Grant Awarded to Redesign Deadly Caltrain Crossing in Menlo Park With Grade Separation (Almanac)
  • Mercury News Columnist Profiles Outgoing Caltrain/SamTrans Chief Michael Scanlon
  • Q&A With Assemblymember Kevin Mullin on His Bill to Reduce Hwy 101 Congestion (Green Caltrain)
  • Some Neighbors of South SF BART Fear Housing Development Will Take Their Parking (Daily Journal)

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