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9:16 AM PDT on September 14, 2010

    • Bay Area Officials, Including David Chiu, Share Thoughts on Trip to Amsterdam (World Changing)
    • Will Muni Drivers Stage a Sickout Today? So Far, It Doesn't Look Like It (SF Examiner, SF Weekly)
    • Caltrain Asks Ca. High-Speed Rail Authority to Take a "Phased Approach" (Merc)
    • San Jose City Council to Decide HSR Options at Its Meeting Today (Merc)
    • Retired NASA Tech Identified as Man Killed on Caltrain Tracks (Daily News via Merc)
    • Drivers Collide at Hayes and Polk; 5 People Injured, One Critically (BCN via CBS5)
    • Judge Rules Man Charged in SF Hit-and-Run Rampage Not Fit for Trial (AP via SF Examiner)
    • T4A "Hopeful" Obama Infrastructure Plan Will Lead to "Tangible Reforms" (Infrastructurist)
    • New Site Calculates Transportation Costs by Neighborhood (Planetizen)
    • Car Loving Suburban Pols Fight Back Against Green Transportation (Tree Hugger via Streetsblog LA)

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