Today’s Headlines

  • Happy Bike to Work Day (Exam); Predicted Rain Won’t Come (ABC); SFBC Offers Biking Tips for Women
  • Woman, 60, Seriously Injured By Driver at Bryant and Division, Where Cheng Jin Lai Was Killed (Appeal)
  • More on the Bicycle Rider Injured at Sixth and Folsom, Where Amelie Le Moullac Was Killed (KRON)
  • Aptos Middle School Honors Andrew Wu, 12, Who Was Killed By Muni Train on San Jose Ave (SFBay)
  • More on the SFPD’s Dismal “Focus on the Five” Enforcement (SF Examiner, Hoodline)
  • SF’s Taxi Industry Has Been “Disrupted” By Technology for the Past 100 Years (Taxi Cab Subjects)
  • Presidio Parkway Construction Closure Expected to “Wreak Havoc” for GG Bridge Commuters (Marin IJ)
  • Broke-Ass Stuart’s List of Worst Behaviors From People Who Are “Bad at” Riding Muni, BART (Examiner)
  • Train Engineer in Philadelphia Amtrak Crash Used to Work for Caltrain (NBC)
  • DUI Gilroy Driver Survives Crash That Kills All Four Passengers, Three of Them in High School (ABC)
  • U.S. Transpo Secretary Visits Mountain View to See Self-Driving Cars, “Connected” Car Tech (ABC)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • twinpeaks_sf

    We’ve surely got a long way to go, but take a moment today to look around at what a future San Francisco might look like. Ordinary people on bikes riding in every neighborhood and on every street. Happy BTWD!

  • thielges

    I predict ABC’s prediction that the predicted rain won’t come will be predictably unpredictable.

  • runn3r85

    There was a bicyclist hit at Fell and Masonic yesterday around 5:15ish. When I was finishing my run, the bicyclist on the ground with one officer while another was standing near the intersection. Ironically in front of him multiple cars blocked the box and didn’t even bother to try and not break the law.

    I’m not sure if this person was hit by a car since I didn’t see the accident, but they didn’t look too good on the ground. The officer was keeping them from moving while talking to them.

    Anyone hear anything more?

  • gneiss

    One needs to look no further than the pictures of these two mayors of Amsterdam and our fair city to see why we have such poor bicycle infrastructure here. It’s clear that one sees it as something you use in everyday without special clothes or equipment. The other? Well, only ride to work once a year, only crazy people do it, you must wear athletic gear, and God forbid you ride without a helmet.