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9:16 AM PDT on August 6, 2009

    • "Gas-Guzzlin" City of San Francisco Spends $25 Million a Year on Fuel (SF Appeal)
    • State Offers Major Tax Breaks to Toyota to Keep the Nummi Fremont Plant Open (SF Gate)
    • MTA's New Insurance Policy Will Likely Cover Claims in Recent Crashes (SF Gate)
    • Phil Matier in a Huff Over Tickets for Idling Cars in Oakland Bus Stops (CBS 5)
    • Merchants Association Urges Support for Continued Funding of Seattle's Free Transit Zone (Seattle PI)
    • David Lazarus: "U.S. Public Transit Improvements Will Be a Tough Sell"
    • Caltrain Trains Get a Little Quieter (SF Examiner)
    • France Pushes "Further Ahead" on High-Speed Rail (UK Guardian)
    • 65-year-old Mountain View Bicyclist Vies for the Gold at National Senior Games (Merc)
    • New Website Touts Bike Tourism in Oregon (Bike Portland)
    • Danish Gov't Promotes Pedestrian Helmets (Copenhagenize via

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