Today’s Headlines

  • In the Bay Area, Bike to Work Day will be old enough to drink this year (21 years old on May 14) (Bay Crossings)
  • Handy chart shows the societal costs of your transportation mode choice (StreetsMN)
  • Lots of excitement about the bikeshare expansion in the Bay Area–two years away (San Jose Mercury News) (American Register) (KTVU)
  • NY Times wonders if the drought will slow California’s population growth (NY Times)
  • Finally, more frequent service coming to heavily used transit lines in San Francisco (Examiner)
  • Martinez to study ped, bike improvements on Pacheco Boulevard– oh, but, parking! (Contra Costa Times)
  • Guns are safer than bicycles–wait, what? (Wonkette)
  • More bike lockers coming to San Francisco (SF Examiner)
  • Deferred maintenance catching up to BART (SF Gate)
  • California low-carbon fuels: the tricky task of measuring trade-offs between food and clean energy (wonk alert) (The Energy Collective)

More headlines at StreetsblogLA and StreetsblogSF.