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9:14 AM PDT on July 30, 2009

    • Muni Conducting Fare Evasion Stings, Claims It's Yielding "Positive Results" (SF Examiner)
    • BART Threatens Unilateral Contract If Labor Agreement Isn't Reached by Today (SF Gate, ABC7)
    • Twitter/Caltrain Feed Helps Caltrain Riders "Bypass System By Tweeting Real-Time" Info (Oak Trib)
    • Poll Finds Californians Not As Concerned About Air Pollution But Majority Wants Transit Funding (LAT)
    • Toxic Hunter's Point Shipyard Will Be Site of U.N. Center to Study Global Warming Solutions (SF Gate)
    • SF Examiner: "Paving Project Riles Potrero Hill Groups"
    • State Officials Searching for Corporate Sponsors to Keep State Parks Open (LAT)
    • Golden Gate Bridge District General Manager Eyeing Old Job in Reno (Marin IJ)
    • Golden Gate Transit Adds New Bike Racks to Its Fleet (Marin IJ)
    • The Idaho Stop: Safer for Cyclists (Wash Cycle via Streetsblog.net)
    • Rohnert Park Opens a New Civic Center Plaza (Press Democrat)

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