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    • Fire at Richmond Chevron Refinery Poisons Air, Strands Commuters (BCN via SF Appeal)
    • Muni Ridership Up as Service Suffers From Aging Vehicles (SF Examiner)
    • SFMTA Parking Strategy Plan Emphasizes Transit-First Goal (SFGate)
    • Central Subway Construction Moving Forward Despite Lawsuit (SF ExaminerSFGateCentral Subway)
    • More From Kim and Deep's Parklet Wedding at Sunday Streets (HuffPo)
    • SFTRU Survey Asks Members Their Thoughts on Geary BRT Options
    • Chicago to Build 33 Miles of Protected Bike Lanes This Year, Including Bike Traffic Signals (HuffPo)
    • National Park Service Looks to Fort Mason for New Alcatraz Ferry Dock (Curbed SF)
    • SF Weekly Documents a Confused Minivan Meandering Down Market Street
    • In Campbell, One Bicyclist Killed, Another Rendered Brain Dead Within 30 Hours (Mercury)
    • Petaluma Councilmember Criticizes Speed Limit Reduction as "Not Consumer Friendly" (PD)
    • Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Service Competition Grows (SFGate)

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