Today’s Headlines

  • SFBC Challenges SFPD’s Blaming of Charles Vinson, 66, in His Fatal Bike Crash (SF Examiner)
  • SFBike Seeks Nominees for This Year’s Bike-Friendly Business Award
  • Christian Science Monitor: Is “Leap” Transit Widening Gap Between Rich and Poor?
  • Urban Life Signs Readers Weigh in On Second Transbay BART Tube’s Potential Aligments
  • Two Injured After 70-Year-Old Driver Crashes SUV Into 7-11 Store in Daly City (KTVU)
  • VTA to Increase Train, Bus Service for Sunday’s WrestleMania at Levi’s Stadium (Mercury News)
  • #1 Reason Berkeley is the “Best College Town”? Transit (Daily Californian)
  • San Rafael Driver Knocks Down Power Pole on East Francisco Boulevard (Marin IJ)
  • Man Struck on Hwy 580 in Livermore (ABC); Tour Bus Catches Fire on Hwy 101 in Menlo Park (KRON)
  • CityLab: Denser Development Around CA High-Speed Rail Will Curb Water Usage

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Andy Chow

    http://www.actransit.org/2015/03/26/general-manager-armijo-resigns/

    AC Transit General Manager David Armijo resigned today, effective immediately, by letter provided to the District’s Board of Directors, in which Mr. Armijo stated that his tenure at the District was “one of the most satisfying of any of the positions I have held during my 30-year career in transit.”

  • Andy Chow

    http://www.contracostatimes.com/breaking-news/ci_27794334/ac-transit-boss-quits

    ‘However, Christian Peeples, president of the district’s board, had scheduled a special meeting Friday to consider a resolution “removing the General Manager from office.”

    ‘After news of Armijo’s resignation broke, that meeting was canceled.

    ‘In a phone interview, Peeples said his resolution was offered in the middle of the board’s annual evaluation of Armijo’s performance, and, “if the board after hearing from Mr. Armijo, agreed with me, that’s what we would have done.”‘