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9:21 AM PDT on April 3, 2012

    • Merchants, Residents Split on Sunday Metering (SF Examiner)
    • History of Parking Meter Shows That Controversy is Nothing New (Atlantic Cities)
    • SFMTA Board to Consider Publicly Releasing Muni Performance Data (SF Examiner)
    • BeyondChron and SFBG Guest Columns Argue for Free Muni for Youth Ahead of SFMTA Vote
    • New CAHSR Plan Cuts Costs, but Funding Questions Remain (SF GateKTVUSF Examiner)
    • Sunnyvale Hit-and-Run Victim Succumbs to Injuries (Mercury News), Driver Turns Himself In (CBS 5)
    • Man Killed by Amtrak Train in East Bay (CBS 5)
    • San Jose Teen on Trial for Using Car as Weapon (Mercury News)
    • What Would You Ask a Muni Driver? (Muni Diaries)

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