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9:43 AM PDT on March 19, 2013

    • Most Polk St. Merchants Seem Unequivocally Committed to Car Parking (ABC)
    • Muni to Pay $900k to Widow of Reporter Who Was Killed by N-Judah Operator (SF Examiner)
    • BART's "Common Sense Approach" of Lifting Bike Bans Working Well So Far (KALW)
    • Variable Parking Meter Pricing for Ball Games In Effect Around AT&T Park (CBS Local)
    • How CEQA Can Be Abused to Favor Parking Spaces Over Bike Lanes (CA Economy)
    • SF Examiner: Centralized Dispatch Would Help Solve Taxi Woes
    • Pittsburg Allocates More Money Toward Future eBART Station (CoCo Times)
    • BART to Closie Some Entrances at Embarcadero, 12th and 19th St. to Replace Security Grilles (BART)
    • Adorable Foldable Tricycle Stolen From an Inner Richmond Garage (Bikes and the City)
    • Witnesses Saw Walnut Creek Drivers Being Reckless Before Big Crash (CoCo Times)
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