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9:28 AM PDT on September 17, 2010

    • Faulty Equipment Causes a "Mini Muni Meltdown" (City Insider)
    • SFMTA Installs Crosswalk at Dolores/19th; Some Residents Say It's Not Enough (SF Examiner)
    • Cable Car Replacement Program to Begin on California Street (SF Examiner)
    • Feds Appear Ready to Give Another $86 Million to Clean Up Hunter's Point (SF Gate)
    • Cities Step Up Despite Federal Climate Inaction (Grist via Streetsblog NY)
    • Copenhagen to Legalize Right-on-Red for Cyclists (Copenhagenize via Streetsblog NY)
    • Japanese Firm Makes Lowest Bid to Deliver 9 3-Car Trains for SMART (Marin IJ, Press Democrat)
    • Driver Hits, Seriously Injures Pedestrian on Hwy 1 in Mendocino (Press Democrat)
    • Portland Group is Turning Unused Pavement into Green Space (Grist)
    • Nicholas Kristof: Bike Allows Zimbabwean Orphan to Finish High School

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