Today’s Headlines

  • Get Ready for Another BART Transbay Tube Closure This Weekend (KQEDSFist, CBSSFBay, IBA)
  • SFMTA Files Legal Challenge Against Lyft Line and UberPOOL; Transit Advocates Defend Them (Exam)
  • SFPD Arrests Hit-and-Run Driver Who Hit Man in Portola, Severing His Leg (SF Appeal, SFist)
  • Some Merchants Still Fight Parklets: Reveille Coffee’s Proposal on 18th in the Castro (BAR)
  • Injuries for Older Cyclists Rise Nationally With Ridership; SFBC: Build Protected Bike Lanes (SFGate)
  • More Coverage of the 5-Fulton Upgrades Approved on McAllister (Hoodline, SF Appeal)
  • Next Version of Clipper Card Could Be Managed Differently, Used on More Systems (Green Caltrain)
  • Caltrain Starts Installing Anti-Suicide Fences (KRON), Works to Fund Electrification (Daily Journal)
  • Menlo Park Mulls El Camino Real Redesign Options With Protected Bike Lanes (Almanac)
  • VTA Says It’s Ready to Take On 49ers Traffic With Transit Service Lessons From Last Season (NBC)
  • Caltrans Tests $79M “SMART” Signs on Highway 80 in Berkeley, Drivers Ignore Them (SFGate, ABC)
  • Governor Brown Proposes $65 Annual Fee for Drivers to Fund Highways (Mercury News, KQED)

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