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9:09 AM PDT on October 5, 2012

    • DA Puts Charges on Hold for DUI Driver Who Killed Pedestrian at Potrero and 25th (SF Appeal)
    • How Would You Budget the Future of Transportation in SF? SFCTA Has a Neat Tool to Do It
    • Remember SFMTA's $7M Electric Taxi System Grant? Not a Lot of People Do (SFExam)
    • Critical Mass Co-Founder Chris Carlsson's Thoughts on the 20th Anniversary Week (Nowtopian)
    • BART Maintenance Vehicle Breakdown Delays Early Morning Commute (SFGate)
    • Photo: New Parklet at Haight and Ashbury (Uppercasing)
    • Startup App Lets Residents Rent Out Private Parking Spaces (SFExam)
    • Will Drivers and Bicyclists Ever Get Along? (Probably, With Better Street Design) (7x7)
    • "Bike Palo Alto" Returns, Aimed at Getting Residents Familiar With Bicycling (PA Online)
    • Sacramento Expanding Road Diets and Bike Lanes Downtown (SacBee)
    • Neighbors of Fremont's Grimmer Blvd. Live in Fear of Cars Crashing Into Their Homes (CoCo Times)
    • Gas Prices Skyrocket Suddenly Across State (CBS)
    • One Thing This Writer Would Change About the Bay Area? "Bike Lanes B/W SF and Oakland" (SFWeekly)

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