Today’s Headlines

  • 72-Year-Old Man Struck by Driver at Pacific and Hyde, Suffers Serious Head Trauma (ABC)
  • Driver Crashes Into Pole at Haight and Webster After Fleeing Altercation (Hoodline)
  • Company Maps SF Streets Where Bicyclists Most Often at Risk From Distracted Drivers (ChronKQED)
  • Stanley Roberts is On the Case
  • SPUR Study Recommends Steps Toward More “Seamless” Transit in the Bay Area (SFGate)
  • New MTC “Vital Signs” Data Shows Bay Area Failing to Build Enough Housing Near Jobs (Reporter)
  • Ethics Concerns Raised Over Muni Security Guard Contract (SF Examiner)
  • Aaron Peskin to Challenge D3 Supervisor Julie Christensen to Reclaim His Old Seat (SFGate, Examiner)
  • Man Recovers Stolen “Smart Bike” Using Built-In Tracking Technology (SF Weekly)
  • VTA Retains Frequent Service on One Airport Bus Line, But a New Line Would Run Every 30 Min (GC)
  • BART Track Repairs to Halt Service Between Fruitvale and Coliseum This Weekend (KRON)
  • Alameda Poised to Allow car2go, the One-Way On-Street Car-Sharing Service (Alamedan)

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