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9:05 AM PST on November 5, 2012

    • SF Examiner: BART Escalator Upgrades Need to Be Part of Better Market Street Plan
    • SFPD Arrests Man Who Allegedly Assaulted Muni Agent Over Carrying Bicycle Into Station (CBS 5)
    • Cost of Burned Muni Bus Won't Be Covered by Insurance Policy (SFGate)
    • Muni Kicks Off 100-Year Anniversary Celebrations (SFExam)
    • SFCTA's "Budget Czar" Website Shows SF's Tough Transportation Investment Choices (SFExam)
    • Man Killed by Muni Train While Walking on Subway Tracks Near Montgomery Station (NBC)
    • Benches Removed From Harvey Milk Plaza to Push Out Panhandlers (SFGate, CBS 5)
    • SFPark Makes Eighth Price Adjustment: Rates Drop or Stay the Same During 73 Percent of Meter Hours
    • SFGate Profiles 'Deep Jawa, Who Brought SF's First and Only Residential Parklet
    • Downtown Modesto Gets a Parklet (Modesto Bee)
    • Redwood City to Improve North-South Bike Route, but Postpones Protected Lanes (Peninsula Transpo)
    • SFGate Overviews "Bicycle Sundays" Car Closure on Cañada Road on the Peninsula
    • Elderly Concord Man Killed by SUV Driver in Crosswalk (CBS 5)
    • Study: Contra Costa County Spends the Most Time Commuting in California (CBS 5)

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