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9:06 AM PDT on September 11, 2012

    • BART Extending Richmond-Millbrae Direct Weekday Service to 8 p.m. (BART.gov)
    • C.W. Nevius Frets About Crash Potential of Protected Bike Lanes, Despite Lack of Crashes
    • Muni Report Finds Poor Oversight of Maintenance Tools (SF Exam)
    • KALW Visits Market Street's Past and Future
    • Bay Area Bike Advocates Share Ideas at Long Beach Pro-Walk/Bike Conference (Examiner.com)
    • Driver in Fatal Walnut Creek Crash Had License Suspended Twice (CoCo TimesNBC)
    • Santa Rosa Driver Pleads Not Guilty to Attacking Cyclist on Golf Course (Press DemocratKTVU)
    • Conflict of Interest, Insufficient Votes Invalidate AC Transit $13M Security Contract (Bay Citizen)
    • Santa Rosa Reconnects Neighbors with Hwy 101 Bike/Ped/Auto Undercrossing (Press Dem)
    • Split Between GG Transit and Marin County Transit District Could Impede Transfers (MarinIJ)
    • Roadshow: San Jose's Buffered, Green Bike Lanes Convince Some Drivers to Try Cycling
    • BART Takes a Look Back for 40th Anniversary (Huff PostSFGate)

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