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8:55 AM PST on March 3, 2014

    • GG Bridge Toll Hikes Approved; Supes Campos and Breed Only Members Opposed (SFGate)
    • How Many Shuttle Routes Overlap Muni's? (Exam); Google Donation Won't Stop SFMTA Lawsuit (Exam)
    • Paltry Drivers Insurance Minimums Leave Everyone Else to Foot the Bill for Ped Injuries (Planetizen)
    • Student Crossing Guard Program Kicks Off at Commodore Sloat Elem. at Ocean and J. Serra (Examiner)
    • SFCTA's 19th Ave. M-Line Study Identifies "Highest-Performing" Option of Subway, Bridge (SF Examiner)
    • 29-Sunset Student: "It's Hard to Be in a Bad Mood When the Driver is Singing" (SFGate)
    • More on the Board of Appeals Vote to Reverse Its 1050 Valencia Decision (Mission Local)
    • BART Delayed After Rain Seeps Into Train Control System Computers (ABC)
    • Caltrain Electrification Environmental Impact Report Released (Mercury, ExaminerPAO); Meetings: GC
    • German, French HSR Stations Provide Lessons for Upcoming SF, San Jose Stations (Green Caltrain)
    • Silicon Valley Leadership Group Board Members: Bike-Friendly San Jose Makes Sense (Mercury News)
    • How a Smart Growth Hater Unwittingly Argued for Smart Growth (Greater Marin)

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