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9:23 AM PDT on September 27, 2012

    • One Bay Area Grant May Revive Free Muni for Youth Plan (City Insider)
    • How Critical Mass Has Impacted the Bike Movement at 20 Years (SFGateSFExam, KQED)
    • SFBG Tries to Understand All the Animosity Towards the Event
    • Critical Mass Pop-Up "Welcome Center" Opens at 16th and Valencia (Uptown Almanac)
    • Muni Struggles to Prepare for Crowds During Slew of Events Next Weekend (SFGate)
    • Civic Center BART Brake Incident Caused Only $600 in Damage (SFAppeal)
    • New Parklet to Open on Townsend Street Tomorrow (LiveSOMA)
    • Debris from Car Crash Injures Child on Nearby Hayes Valley Playground (KRON)
    • Driver Pleads Guilty in Killing Concord Father, Daughter on Bike Ride (CoCo TimesKTVUKRON)
    • New 12th Street Pedestrian Bridge Completed at Lake Meritt in Oakland (BizTalk, Inside Bay Area)
    • Oakland North Examines the Benefits and Challenges of BART Bike Access Following August Pilot
    • Caltrain Hits Car in San Bruno, Driver Injured (CBS)
    • VTA to Study El Camino Real BRT Alternative Plan Keeping Dedicated Lanes (SPUR)

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