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8:42 AM PDT on July 7, 2010

    • Ray LaHood "Alarmed" by Lobbying Effort to Reframe Distracted Driving Debate (NYT)
    • Temporary Transby Terminal Set to Open on August 7th (SF Gate, SF Business Times)
    • Sen. Boxer Touts Doyle Drive Project as Jobs Booster in Campaign Event (SF Examiner, SF Gate)
    • Jury Deliberations Delayed in Mehserle Trial (SF Gate) Calm Urged After Verdict (LAT)
    • Matier & Ross: BART Board Prez Fang Cancels Press Conference at Mayor Dellums' Urging 
    • The Transport Politic Weighs In on the BART to Livermore Extension
    • Safety Improvements Being Installed on Caltrain Crossings Include Pedestrian Gates (Merc
    • Sacramento Council Member Proposes Hood-Wearing Ban on Light Rail (Sac Bee, News 10, KCRA)
    • Driver Hits Pedestrian Near I-580 Offramp (Coco Times)
    • More on Muni Service Cut Restorations from SF Examiner, SF Appeal, BCN via CBS5, KCBS
    • 935-965 Market Street "City Place" Development Before SF Planning Commission (Curbed SF
    • BIKE NOPA: Another SF Neighborhood, Hayes Valley, Says No to SFGo
    • Portland's Mia Birk Promotes New Book, "Joyride: Pedaling Toward a Healthier Planet" (Bike Portland
    • New Toronto Cyclist's Handbook Available in 17 Languages (Biking Toronto)
    • Proposed Madison, WI Restaurant for Bicyclists Would Be Inaccessible ByCar (WI State Journal)
    • Clarence Eckerson: The Hardest Working Man in Bicycle Show Business (Copenhagenize)
    • Renault Unveils New "Green Supercar," Inhabitat Fawns Over It 

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