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9:00 AM PST on November 6, 2013

    • Referendums to Allow 8 Washington, With 327 Parking Spaces, Fail on the Ballot (SFGate)
    • Supervisor Katy Tang Keeps D4 Seat, Pledges to Continue Work on Muni and Ped Safety (SFGate)
    • ABC Attempts to Show Bicycling in SF From a Two-Wheeler's Perspective
    • SFPD Motorcycle Officer Injured by Driver Making U-Turn on Second Street (SFGate)
    • Mission Parking Spot Dispute Ends With Man Assaulted, Robbed of Laundry (SF Examiner)
    • SF Weekly: "S-1 Gards Are a Proactive Device. But Muni Remains a Reactive Agency."
    • SFMTA Approves $200k More for Central Subway Dig (Exam), North Beachers Sue (Courthouse)
    • Muni's Service Boost During BART Strike Cost $700,000 (SF Examiner)
    • BART Lets Riders Try Out New Seats (SF Weekly); Oakland Tribune: BART "Got Rolled" on Labor Deal
    • Some Apparently Confused by Oakland's Green-Carpet Sharrow Lanes on 40th Street (KTVU)
    • SMCTA Defers Funding for Caltrain Grade-Separated Crossing in San Mateo (Green Caltrain)
    • CHP Launches Crackdown on Aggressive Drivers (Do They Usually Ignore Them?) (KTVU)

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