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9:00 AM PDT on August 9, 2012

    • BART Escalators Running Again After Funding, Maintenance Increases (SF Examiner)
    • Low Bidder for Central Subway Chinatown Station Has History of Cost Overruns (Bay Citizen)
    • BART Riders Share How the Rush Hour Bike Access Pilot Benefits Them (SFBC)
    • The Mission Takes the Lead in Bike Corrals (Mission Local)
    • CoCo Times: BART Delays Caused by "Unholy Trinity" of Problems, Riders None Too Happy
    • Bay Trail Extensions, Gap Closures Coming to Richmond (CoCo Times)
    • When Construction Closes Sidewalks, Stanley Roberts Calls People Walking in the Road "Stupid"
    • Free Oakland Broadway Shuttle Funded Through 2014, Evening Hours Added (East Bay Express)
    • Lafayette BART Transit Village Plan Criticized as "Truly Offensive" (CoCo Times)
    • San Jose Residents React to Plans for Road Diet, Buffered Bike Lane on Hedding St. (Mercury News)
    • Spare the Air Day Declared Today, Fifth this Summer (SFGateABC 7)
    • Stanford Experiments With Off-Peak Commute Incentives (Ars Technica)

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