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8:45 AM PST on November 4, 2009

  • SF Voters Reject Plan for Billboards on Mid-Market (SF Examiner)
  • The Examiner Reports on the MTA's Mid-Year Budget Deficit
  • "DriveCam" System Installed on Muni Vehicles (SF Examiner), SF Appeal Confused by Press Release
  • Urban Land Institute Study Finds Transpo Costs Far Less for SF Residents than Suburbanites (SFGate)
  • Examiner Finds Some City Workers Are Abusing Parking Perks
  • Permanent Bay Bridge Fix Will Likely Require Another Closure (SFGate)
  • Judge Confirms Ruling in Peninsula NIMBYs vs. CA High-Speed Rail Case (CAHSR Blog)
  • SF Bay Guardian: City's Three-Year-Old Bike Injunction "Has Gotten Downright Surreal"
  • Marin Supes Hold Hearing on Solving Trail Conflicts (Marin Independent Journal)
  • Tom Vanderbilt: "Jaywalking" Bans Won't Make Pedestrians Safer (Slate)
  • CNU Transportation Summit Kicks Off in Portland Today. We're there! Follow us on Twitter.

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