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9:11 AM PST on January 17, 2012

    • SFPD Chief Greg Suhr Helps Bicyclist Who Apparently Ran Into Car (Mercury News, SFGate)
    • SFMTA Developing Policy for Removing Troublesome Muni Shelters (SF Examiner)
    • N-Judah Becomes Most Frequently-Troubled Muni Line (SF Examiner)
    • Spain's High-Speed Rail System Offers Lessons for California (SacBee)
    • Op-Ed: BART, High-Speed Rail "Lack Credibility" (CoCo Times)
    • Transit Agencies Struggle to Accommodate Increasing Girth of American Passengers (NYT)
    • Increased Ferry, Bus Service Planned During Doyle Drive Closure (CBS 5)
    • Cities Struggle With Ending Redevelopment Agencies (SFGate)
    • Mission Bay Shows What Could Be Lost With End of Redevelopment (SFGate)
    • More on Neighborhood Opposition to SFPark's Mission Bay Plan (SFBG, SF ExamDogpatch)
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