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    • SFPD Pledges to Pursue Vision Zero at Hearing on Ped/Bike Crashes (Examiner, SFGate, CBS)
    • SFBC: '''Be Nice, Look Twice' is Not a Substitute for Meaningful Change"
    • BeyondChron: Lagging Pace of Tenderloin-Saigon Plan a Poor Precedent for Safer Streets
    • Woman's Leg Broken After Being Hit by Driver at Vallejo and Sansome (SF Appeal)
    • SFPD, CHP Crack Down on All Transport Modes at Market and Octavia (People Behaving Badly)
    • Ride-Share Regulation a Major Part of Sup. Jane Kim's Approach to Pedestrian Safety (SFGate)
    • One-Third of SF Cabbies Have Become Ride-Share Drivers, But Cab Assn. Disputes it (SF Weekly)
    • New Articulated Muni Bus Purchase Signed Off by Supes Budget Committee (SFBay)
    • Car Parking Banned on Stockton in Chinatown for a Third Lunar New Year (SFGate)
    • Sixth Street Neighbors Want Bike Lanes, Less Car Parking (People for Bikes)
    • More on the Oakland City Council Vote to Hand Latham Square Back to Cars (Oakland North)
    • TransForm: Gov's Cap-and-Trade Budget Proposal a Good Start for Sustainable Transport

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