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9:33 AM PST on March 9, 2012

    • Despite SF's New Bike Parking Ordinance, 20%-by-2020 Cycling Goal Remains Elusive (SFBG)
    • BART Puts Weekend Fare Reductions, Frequency Improvements On the Table (SF Examiner)
    • BART Could Shift $800 Million In Operating Funds to Buying New Train Cars (SF Examiner)
    • Despite Controversy, Doyle Drive's Public-Private Project Financing Likely the First of Many (Bay Citizen)
    • Bay Bikers Blog: San Francisco Can Look to Cities Around the World for Leadership in Bike Share
    • Sunday Streets Kicks Off On Embarcadero This Weekend (SF Appeal)
    • Toll Lanes Catching On In Bay Area, Numbers Show (CoCo Times)
    • Volvo Unveils World's First Car With Pedestrian Airbags (SFGate)
    • Oakland Bay Bridge Touchdown Park Plans to Include a Rail Yard (CBS 5)
    • Rural Communities Question Plan Bay Area's Smart Growth Goals (Mercury News)
    • East Bay Oil Refineries Increase Exports as Domestic Demand Declines (Bay Citizen)
    • World Naked Bike Ride Demonstration Against Fossil Fuel Dependence This Saturday (SFGate)

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