Today’s Headlines

  • San Francisco Bicycle Coalition executive director Noah Budnick steps down (SFBC)
  • This Friday, ride bike-share for free in the Bay Area (preregistration required) (Bay Area Bike Share)
  • Supervisor calls for hearing on removing Muni overhead wires for Super Bowl party (Examiner)
  • The myth of “no public funding” for new Raiders, Warriors projects (San Francisco Business Journal)
  • Google buses are officially approved by city (SF Gate)
  • An interactive map on the effects of climate change on the Bay Area (Our Bay on the Brink)
  • Benefits that will come from California’s new building energy use law (NRDC)
  • Prospects for building affordable housing in Berkeley are grim (Contra Costa Times)
  • Cow access across SMART tracks causing conflict (Press Democrat)
  • More on Uber/Lyft climate change study by NRDC, UC Berkeley (CityLab)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

  • Gezellig

    Re: Budnick, wow, short tenure at SFBC (announced Dec ’14, joined Feb ’15). It’d be interesting if there are any followup articles/analyses as to what’s been going on at SFBC/next steps/etc.

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