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9:22 AM PDT on October 12, 2012

    • Opponents Introduce Ballot Initiative to Kill the Central Subway (SF Exam)
    • Berkeley's First Sunday Streets Kicks Off on Shattuck Ave. This Weekend (Berkeleyside)
    • SF Ranked Second-Most Congested City in US After LA (ABC 7)
    • Caltrans to Fund Green Bike Lane on San Mateo's Alpine Road at Hwy 280 Overpass (Almanac)
    • In Case You Haven't Noticed: Sidewalk Parking Tolerated by SFMTA, Despite Being Illegal (SF Weekly)
    • Board of Supervisors to Decide On Approving SFMTA's Fumbled Land Deal Tuesday (SFExam)
    • Ray LaHood, Nancy Pelosi in Town for Yesterday's Central Subway Grant Announcement (CBS 5)
    • Mountain View Police Crack Down on Speeding Drivers on California Ave. After Ped Deaths (CBS 5)
    • CA's High Gas Prices Drop Slowly (SacBee), But There's No Easy Fix For Them (Merc)
    • BART Quietly Closes, Reopens Bids on Contested Millbrae Development Project (Bay Citizen)
    • SFGate Spotlights Use of Cargo Bikes for Everyday Transportation in the Bay Area
    • Planning, Park/Rec Commissions Change Shadow Restrictions to Permit Transbay Tower (City Insider)
    • A Look At BART's Game Day Ridership (UC Berkeley)
    • SPUR Discusses Park(ing) Day, SF's Legacy of "Iterative Placemaking"
    • Planning Dept. to Hold Community Meeting on Haight-Ashbury Street Improvements (Uppercasing)

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