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9:29 AM PDT on September 15, 2009

    • Hearing Set in California High-Speed Rail Lawsuit; Judge Rules Planning Can Go Forward (CHSRB)
    • Downtown Railyard Development Project to Resume in Sacramento (Sac Bee)
    • San Franciscans Will Still Breath Bad Air from a Power Plant That Isn't Needed (Fog City Journal)
    • Lawyer for Ex-BART Cop Charged in Oscar Grant Shooting Wants Change of Venue (CBS 5
    • Meantime, Four Other BART Officers Involved in the Shooting Have Returned to Work (KCBS)
    • Environmental Groups Organizing Statewide Ballot Initiative to Save State Parks (Merc)
    • New York Times Editorial Calls for a National Anti-Texting Law
    • British Celebrity Chef Apologizes After Article Expressing Hatred for Cyclists (Guardian UK)
    • Australian Bicyclist Fights Ticket for Not Wearing a Helmet (Copenhagenize
    • Anticipation Building for David Byrne's "Bicycle Diaries" (Reno Rambler via

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