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9:27 AM PST on November 2, 2009

    • Bay Bridge Expected to Reopen This Morning (SF Appeal, SF Gate, ABC7)
    • Bridge Closure "Strained the Region's Transportation System" (Merc)
    • VTA Deficit Jumps to $98 Million, Four Times Worse Than Projected (Merc)
    • Peninsula HSR Supporters Form New Partnership to Counter Opposition (SJ Business Times, CHSRB)
    • AP Story Focuses Mostly on the Critics of SF's Extended Parking Meter Plan
    • KCBS Radio Talks to Parking Guru Donald Shoup on Half-Hour In Depth Program (Listen Here)
    • "How Effective are Muni's Double Parker Busting Cameras?" (SF Appeal)
    • LA Times: "Bikes and Cars: Can We Share the Road?"
    • As Bike-Share Booms, Reports of Vélib's Troubles Surface Again (NYT)
    • Meeting Examines Whether SJ Bicyclists Should Be Allowed to Ride With Leashed Dogs (Merc)  
    • Proposal to Charge Bicyclists, Pedestrians to Cross GG Bridge in 2014 Still on Table (Marin IJ, SF Gate)
    • CHP "Task Force" Arrests 57 Bicyclists in Sac for Allegedly Riding Under the Influence (Sac Bee)
    • Chronic DUI Driver Who Careened into Parking Lot and Stumbled into Two Cops Sentenced (SF Gate)

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