Today’s Headlines

  • Temporary Barrier Installed After Truck Driver Plows Into Rain Garden at Fell and Divisadero (Hoodline)
  • A Progress Report on the Housing Built in the Footprint of the Central Freeway (Arch Newspaper)
  • Willie Brown Worries How “Cutting Down Car Lanes on Second Street” Will Affect Firefighters (Chronicle)
  • No, Muni Fares Won’t Stop Rising: They’re Tied to Economic Cost Increases (SF Magazine)
  • Caltrain Electrification is Subject to CEQA, Rules Federal Board on Atherton Lawsuit (DJGC, Almanac)
  • More on the Caltrain Board’s Vote to Increase Bike Space, Reject Bathrooms on Electric Trains (GC)
  • Survey: 45% of Downtown Palo Workers Commute Without Driving Alone; 15% Bike (PTA)
  • As Millbrae Plans Development at BART/Caltrain Station, Some Residents Fear More Car Traffic (SMDJ)
  • GG Bridge District to Launch Free Shuttle Connecting San Rafael Transit Center, Larkspur Ferry (MIJ)
  • Marin County Continues Study on Re-Opening Alto Tunnel for Bikes, Peds Near Mill Valley (Marin IJ)
  • “FasTrak Flex” Transponders Come to Bay Area for Highway Drivers to Use in Express Toll Lanes (CoCo)
  • 6-Cent Drop in State Gas Excise Tax Cuts Transpo Funds, Saves Little for Consumers (Chron – Scroll)

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