Today’s Headlines

  • A nightmare on Market Street (Examiner)
  • California’s sweeping new policies could set a trend for the rest of the country (San Diego Union-Tribune)
  • Upcoming workshop in Bay Area: Transportation agencies seek public input on highway, street conditions (PR Newswire)
  • Twelve L.A. communities before and after transit (The Source)
  • Why are BART escalators always broken? (it’s not poop) (We Built This City)
  • In Mountain View, LinkedIn plans for a 35% drivealone rate among its employees (Peninsula Transportation Alternatives)
  • More “managed lanes”–toll lanes—coming in CA? (Lexology)
  • New paper finds problems with bike helmet safety studies (Systemic Failure)
  • Investigators looking at reasons behind Corona bridge collapse (Lake Elsinore-Wildomar Patch)
  • Behind the failure of Leap’s fancy buses (NY Times)
  • A city truly designed just for bikes? (Fast Company)
  • This is a new one: a church in D.C. says bike lanes would infringe on its religious rights (Washington Post)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF