Today’s Headlines

  • SFMTA Report [PDF] Concludes Church Street Red Transit Lanes Have Sped Up Muni (Hoodline)
  • CCNY Study Details Dangers of Lax Background Checks for Uber and Lyft Drivers (SF Examiner)
  • Caltrans: 99 Percent of Bay Bridge Tower Rods Pass Tensile Strength Test (KQED, SF Appeal)
  • Motorcyclist Anthony Washington Killed in Crash on Highway 80 Near Crockett (SF Gate)
  • Motorcyclist Karl Halladay Killed in Crash on Moffett Boulevard in Mountain View (SJ Mercury)
  • Meth-Fueled Wrong-Way Bay Bridge Driver Charged Six Months After Crash (SFist, KTVU)
  • Hit-And-Run Murder of Antioch’s Timothy Hudson Prompts Guerrilla Speed Bumps (CBS)
  • SF Bike Messengers Targeted by Professional Thieves (ABC)
  • Toronto-Based TowIt Crowdsourcing App Expands to San Francisco (CBS, Fast Company)
  • Caltrain Grade Separation in San Mateo Needs One Traffic or Parking Lane (SM Daily)
  • Video: 1960’s BART Construction (Muni Diaries)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • Chris J.

    FWIW, I came across two letters to the editor re: bicycling in Saturday’s Marin Independent Journal: “Tougher laws needed for bicyclists” and “Few but ‘powerful’ letters sway council?” (from ).

    The level of negativity is astounding. Here is one quote:

    “He should write a law requiring bicyclists to ride single-file on the road — no exceptions — and no groups larger than six riders. Riding a bike is a hobby, not a necessity.”