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8:58 AM PDT on July 17, 2009

    • BART's Largest Union Rejects Contract; Strike Still Possible (SF Gate, ABC7)
    • Beyond Chron: BART Workers "Not As Greedy or Detached from Reality as You Think"
    • Massive Cuts in Store for VTA Bus and Light Rail Service (Merc)
    • Samtrans Proposes Fare Hikes, Service Reductions on 22 Bus Routes (San Mateo Times)
    • Speeding Up Muni Would Increase Ridership and Save the MTA Money (SF Examiner)
    • Napa's Transpo Agency Chooses New Site for Transit Center (Napa Valley Register)
    • Seattle Light Rail Rolls Into Service Tomorrow with Lots of Festivities (Seattle Times, Seattle PI)
    • Seoul's Freeway Teardown: NY Times Reports on a Global Livable Streets Success
    • Riding San Francisco's Urban Roller Coaster Cable Cars (SF Gate)
    • As Expected, SF's Bike Plan EIR is Appealed and Not Just By Rob Anderson (SF Gate)
    • Great Streets Project Working to Transform Streets into "Safe, Vibrant Public Spaces" (SFBG)
    • U.S. House Won't Let Car Companies Trim Bloated, Wasteful Dealerships (NYT)
    • An Interview with the LA County Bicycle Coalition (Streetsblog LA)

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