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9:11 AM PST on November 11, 2009

    • Bicyclist Killed by Driver Near De Anza College in Cupertino (BCN via CBS5)
    • Some Potential Fixes Emerge for Fell Street Bike Lane/Arco Station Hazard (BIKE NOPA)
    • Santa Cruz Among California Cities Listed as Dangerous for Peds in T4A Report (Santa Cruz Sentinel
    • UCB Prof. says Bay Bridge S-Curve "Criminally Negligent"; Should Be Shut Down (KTVU via SFist)
    • Planning for Livermore BART Extension Continues With Release of DPEIR (Transbay Blog)
    • Real Estate Report: The Future Belongs to Urbanism, Not Sprawl (Switchboard)
    • Streets Closed Since 70s Reopen in Downtown Sunnyvale for Redevelopment Project (CBS5)
    • Oakland Police to Continue Crackdown On Parking Placard Abuse (CBS5)
    • Audit on Private Fisherman's Wharf Parking Lot Finds $591,000 in Unreported Revenue (City Insider)
    • "War Veterans Cycle San Francisco Peninsula for Peace of Mind" (Merc)
    • Fewer Santa Barbara Residents Driving; Bicycling on the Rise (Santa Barbara Independent)
    • Stanford University and Steven's Creek Trail Finalists for Google Street View Trike Photography (Merc)

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