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8:59 AM PDT on March 18, 2011

    • Nat Ford Drama Continues: He's Still Being Considered for D.C. Job (D.C. Examiner, SF Exam)
    • Twin Peaks, Sunset Muni Tunnels Have Not Been Seismically Tested (SF Examiner)
    • SF Supes Divided on MTC Appointment; Scott Wiener Wins Rules Vote (City Insider)
    • Supes Prez and Mayoral Candidate David Chiu Opposes Waterfront Condos (Bay Citizen)
    • AC Transit Riders Demand Better Bus Service; Agency Considering Fare Hikes (People's World)
    • New Guide Outlines "Transportation Health Equity Principles" (Bike Portland)
    • Coco Times Covers "Initial Vision Scenario," Smart-Growth Planning for Bay Area
    • Horrific: Woman "Knocked About 80 Feet" by Driver in Mill Valley (Marin IJ)
    • Bombardier "People Movers" Installed at Sacramento International Airport (Sac Bee)
    • Mixed-Use Development Planned for Sacramento's Historic Warehouse District (Sac Press)
    • Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority says 1,100 Companies Interested in CAHSR (AP via SF Gate)
    • Bay to Breakers Attracts Title Sponsor in Two-Year Deal (City Insider, SF Examiner)

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