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8:50 AM PST on January 19, 2010

    • MTA Chief Nat Ford to Get Pay Cut; New Contract to Be Voted On Today (SF Examiner, City Insider)
    • Rules Committee to Hear Supervisor Elsbernd's Muni Salary Proposal This Week (The Snitch)
    • SF Examiner: "Parking Permit Hike Seen as Unfair by Residents"
    • MTA's New Taxi Medallion Plan to Be Introduced Today (City Insider)
    • Market Street Railway Opposes F-Line Fare Increase in Open Letter to Nat Ford
    • D6 Supes Candidate on Transbay Terminal Dispute and "Pointless" Beale St. Study (Fog City Journal)
    • High-Speed Rail Meeting to Be Held in Palo Alto This Week (Merc)
    • Bicycle Advocates Push for West Span Bay Bridge Bike Path; Vote Set for Jan. 27th (KCBS)
    • Bicyclists Take First Ride Down a Smooth JFK Drive in GG Park (BIKE NOPA)
    • Coco Times Editorial Blasts Governor's "Gas Tax Shell Game"
    • Governor's Proposal to Install Speeding Cams for Drivers Under Attack (Merc)
    • Retired Engineer and Longtime Civic Activist Norm Rolfe Dies (San Francisco FYI)
    • Despite Rain and Funding Controversy, Freedom Train to SF Rolls On (Oak Trib)
    • Las Vegas Monorail Company Files for Bankruptcy Protection (Las Vegas Sun

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