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9:41 AM PDT on April 18, 2013

    • Private Parking Spot Going for $80,000 -- Why Is Street Parking Free, Again? (Huffington Post)
    • SF Examiner: SFMTA Must Use Prop A Funds Appropriately Before Asking Voters for New Revenue
    • Rec and Parks Poised to Buy Parking Lot to Turn Into Park on 24th St. in Noe Valley (SF Examiner)
    • SFGate's C.W. Nevius Gets a Cabbie's View On Competition in Taxi Politics
    • Photo: Oak Street's Kelly Moore Construction Permit Expires Today (Wigg Party via Facebook)
    • More on the Market Street Bike Counter (SF Appeal, Uptown Almanac)
    • Central Subway Proposal to Shoot Grouting Beneath Pagoda Site Draws Opposition (SF Weekly)
    • Aaron Peskin Files Ethics Complaint Against SFMTA's Cheryl Brinkman Over Pagoda Vote (Chronicle)
    • Central Subway Gets $142 Million From FTA’s New Starts Program (Central Subway)
    • See Where Muni Buses Are in Real Time With New SFLiveBus App (Atlantic Cities)
    • Dublin Stripes East Bay's First Green Bike Lane (EBBC)
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

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