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9:19 AM PDT on October 2, 2009

    • State Court Rejects Governor's Appeal of Ban on Transit Fund Raids (SF Gate, Merc)
    • BART Promises Changes to Police Force After Release of Scathing 300-Page Report (SF Gate)
    • Pleasant Hill Girls Hit in Crosswalk Still Recovering in Hospital 24 Hours Later (CBS5)
    • San Mateo Boy Hit in Crosswalk on Way to School (CBS5)
    • Mountain View High Speed Rail Stop a Possibility, After Requests from Community (MV Voice)
    • Joining Muni, BART and SamTrans, VTA Raises Fares to Balance Budget (CBS5)
    • 21st Century Urban Solutions: "Can San Jose Really Handle 400,000 New Residents by 2035?"
    • New Police Chief Promises Surgical Approach to Muni Patrols (KCBS)
    • Supes to Vote on $30 Million Renovation to Muni ATC System (SF Gate, SF Examiner)
    • Residents on Both Sides of Divisadero Launch "No on SFgo" Campaign (BIKE NOPA)
    • LaHood Sez Txtng Whil Drvng Mtng is "Most Important Meeting in the History of US DOT." (NYT)
    • Auto Sales Plummet as Cash-for-Clunkers Program Ends (NYT)

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