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9:20 AM PST on January 28, 2011

    • Bicyclists Still Not Using Sharrows on Sutter/Post; SFMTA Considering Changes (Bay Citizen)
    • More on the "Save Our Caltrain" Summit Being Planned for Tomorrow (Mercury News)
    • Mr. Roadshow Answers Questions/Ideas from Readers on Funding Solutions for Caltrain
    • Market Street Right-Turn Trials to Become Permanent; Hearing Set for Feb. 4 (City Insider)
    • BART Board Approves Contract Allowing Retail Vendors at Stations; Radulovich Opposed (SF Gate)
    • GG Bridge Board Committee Votes to Recommend Eliminating Toll Booths (SF Gate, Marin IJ)
    • Ray LaHood to Test Technology That Would Allow Cars to Detect if Drivers are Drunk (Boston.com)
    • DA Considering Charges Against Driver Who Hit and Killed a Toddler in Rohnert Park (Press Democrat)
    • Gehl Architects' Birdseye View of Parking in Downtown Los Angeles (Streetsblog LA)
    • NOPA VELO's First Bike Ride of 2011 Set for February 27th (BIKE NOPA)
    • Jenny McCarthy and Oprah: Livable Streets Advocates (via Streetsblog NY)

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