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9:03 AM PDT on June 1, 2009

    • GM, Once the World's Biggest Automaker, Files for Chapter 11 (NYT, NYT)(SF Gate)
    • PJ O'Rourke Pines for Days When Driving Made Him Feel More Powerful Than Genghis Khan (WSJ)
    • What Will Happen to America's Appetite for New Cars? (NYT)
    • Examiner Argues Union Work Rules at BART and Muni Outdated and Too Expensive
    • MTA Board Looks at Raising Parking Fees, Vows No Further Service Cuts (Examiner)
    • Muni Buses Badly Behind Maintenance Schedule (Examiner)
    • Comment Period for Presidio Plan Ends Today (SF Gate)
    • Chronicle Watch Highlights Cars Parking in Bus Stop on 43-Masonic
    • Benicia Marina Walkways Might Not Be Wide Enough For Harleys, Even For Cops (Times-Herald)
    • NYC Adds 200 Miles of Bike Lanes Over Past Three Years, Commuter Cycling Booms (
    • David Byrne Reviews Jeff Mapes' Pedaling Revolution for the Times
    • Vancouver BC Police Target Cyclists With "Information Tickets" (Vancouver Sun)
    • Highways From Hell: Louisville's Proposed Spaghetti Junction (The Urbanophile via

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