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9:21 AM PST on January 22, 2013

    • Melissa Kitson, 44, of San Lorenzo Killed by Two Drivers at 7th and Howard (SFGateMerc)
    • BART Considers Putting Tax Measures on the Ballot to Fund Long-Term Upgrades (SF Examiner)
    • SFGate Columnist: Are Parklets "This San Francisco Generation's Greatest Invention"?
    • Photo: Upside Down Car on Army Street in 1942, Before It Was Widened Into a Traffic Sewer
    • Stanley Roberts: Cyclists Think Stop Signs Should Be Yields, As Do "Operators of 4k-lb. Motor Vehicles"
    • C.W. Nevius Thinks Bike Riders Need to Chill Out When Unsuspecting Drivers Put Their Lives In Danger
    • San Mateo County Could Boost Transit With New Sales Tax Revenue (Green Caltrain)
    • SamTrans to Buy 25 Hybrid Buses (Almanac)
    • Google Bike Directions Can't Seem to Navigate America's First Bike Boulevard in Palo Alto (Cyclelicious)
    • Marin Transpo Authority to Discuss Bike-Share This Thursday (Marin IJ)
    • Facebook to Pay Menlo Park $1.5 Million for Campus Expansion, Including Traffic Mitigation (CBS)
    • Driver Who Fled Country After Killing Ped in Santa Clara Two Years Ago Arrested at SFO (CBS)
    • 57-Year-Old Bicycle Rider Killed by Driver in Fremont (CoCo Times)
    • State Engineers Union Questions High-Speed Rail Construction Standards (KTVU)
    • Ever Wish You Could Save an Illegally-Parked Driver From Getting a Ticket? Now There's Hope (CNET)

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