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9:08 AM PDT on October 15, 2009

    • Santa Monica to "Embrace Bold Experiment" with Parking Meters (LAT)
    • Chuck Nevius: "SF a Dangerous City for Careless Pedestrians" (SF Gate)
    • Maria Shriver Apologizes for Breaking California's Cell Phone Law (ABC7, Sac Bee)
    • More on Potential Toll Increases for Bay Area Bridges (SF Gate, Oakland Tribune, KCBS)
    • Caltrans to Try to Slow Drivers Down on Bay Bridge S-Curve Following Crash (SF Gate, ABC7)
    • Malibu Residents Work to Slow Drivers on Pacific Coast Highway (Malibu Times)
    • To Make Walkable Nabes More Affordable, Build More of Them (Switchboard via
    • Crosswalk Improvements Slated for Two San Anselmo Intersections (Marin IJ)
    • Aqua and Coral-Colored Streetcar to Join F-Line Fleet (Market Street Railway)
    • Metrolink Pays Out More than $30 Million in Crash Settlements (LAT)
    • BART Official Explains Why There's No Bike Cars (SF Appeal
    • Are Banks Roadblocks to Walkable Developments and Livable Cities? (SLC Tribune)

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