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8:58 AM PST on January 14, 2014

    • Driver Hits Jogging Woman at Pine and Grant; SFPD: "He Didn't Have Time to Avoid Her" (SFGate)
    • Bay Area Bike Share Data Now Online: 100k Trips in 2013, Mostly in SF (Examiner, Appeal, SFGate)
    • Oakland City Council Votes to Re-Instate Two Traffic Lanes at Latham Square (CoCo, Oak Local)
    • Lyft Driver Parked in Crosswalk, at Hydrant Attacks Man Filming Him (NBC)
    • Driver, Passengers Attack Parking Lot Attendant Because Price is Too High (SF Examiner)
    • Residents Protest AT&T's Planned Sidewalk Utility Boxes at Supes Hearing (SF Examiner)
    • Waller Street's Sidewalks Get Greener in the Lower Haight (Haighteration)
    • Gov. Brown's Cap-and-Trade Budget Doesn't Include Much for Walking, Biking (Streetsblog LA)
    • BART's Second and Largest Union Ratifies Modified Labor Contract (CoCo Times, AP via SacBee)
    • Burlingame Considers a New Parking Garage in Downtown (SM Daily Journal)
    • Legal Marijuana Advocates: Drugged Driving Epidemic in CA is a Myth (East Bay Express)

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