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    • J-Church LRV Collides with Historic Streetcar; Three Injured (SF Gate, SF Appeal)
    • Deep Service Cuts, Fare Hikes Likely Back on Table In Light of Muni Operators' Rejection (SF Exam)
    • More on Mayor Newsom's Efforts to Get Muni Operators to Reconsider (SF Gate)
    • The Snitch Gets Reaction on the TWU Vote from Former Supes Prez Aaron Peskin
    • Merc: "BART's $70 Million Loss in Airport Connector Funds is Boon for Transit Agencies"
    • Cyclist "Taking Up the Entire Lane" Killed by Driver in Covelo (Redwood Times)
    • Taxi Driver Who Injured Bicyclist at Fell/Masonic Not Cited (BIKE NOPA)
    • TIGER Grant to Help Build Portland's First Two-Way Cycle Track (Bike Portland)
    • North America's Biggest Year-Round Bike-Share Debuts in Mexico City (Bike-Sharing Blog)
    • Palo Alto Requests More Time to Review High-Speed Rail (Merc)
    • MTC Pledges to Help SMART Find Money for Larkspur to Cloverdale Line (Marin IJ, BCN via CBS5)
    • Tom Vanderbilt: Making Toyotas Safer Is Easy; Making Safer Drivers is the Tough Part (Slate)

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