Today’s Headlines

  • Mayor Announces Plan to Crack Down on Double Parkers, Box Blockers, Bad Construction (KTVU)
  • Another Beautiful Bike to Work Day in SF (KTVU, SFBay)
  • Tenderloin’s “Safe Passage” Program Raises Extra Money to Help Kids Walk to School (Hoodline)
  • Transbay Transit Center’s Physical Construction Less Dramatic Than Its Political Controversies (SFGate)
  • Transbay Buses Could Get a Contraflow Bus Lane for the Bay Bridge Morning Rush (Chronicle, ABC)
  • Broken Track That Shut Down BART in SF May Be Part of Bad Batch of Rail Segments (SF Examiner)
  • Caltrain on Track for “Positive Train Control,” Which Could Have Prevented Philadelphia Wreck (NBC)
  • Palo Alto Benefit Concert to Be Held in Memory of Amelie Le Moullac, Kids in Haiti (PA Online)
  • San Jose Council Member Trades Car for Bike for a Month, Discovers a New Way of Life (Cyclelicious)
  • First Google Cars Built for Self-Driving Coming to South Bay Streets This Summer (Biz Times, CBS)
  • Absurd “I Drive Alameda” Petitioners Fight Road Diet on Street With Low Car Traffic (GJEL)
  • California Just Doesn’t Have the Money to Maintain All the Highways It Built (Mercury News)

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