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    • Transbay Developers Agree to Original Tax Rate Over Longer Time; Vote Postponed (SFGate)
    • Former Sup. Chris Daly: Transbay Developers Have a History of "Bait-and-Switch" Stunts (Examiner)
    • Why Are Muni Riders Paying a Quarter More While Drivers Get Free Sunday Parking? (SF Weekly)
    • F-Market Streetcar Collides With Tour Bus at Market and Stuart Streets (SFGateNBC)
    • Chronicle's John King Admires SF's Pocket Parks and Plazas Converted From "Scrap" Space
    • Parking Restrictions on Large Vehicles Push Homeless-Owned RVs Into Potrero Hill (CBS)
    • More Than Usual, BART Train Cars Out of Service For Maintenance, Causing More Crowding (SFGate)
    • Consultant Report to BART: Start Labor Talks Earlier to Avoid Strikes (SFGate, SF Examiner)
    • BART Oakland Airport Connector's $6 Fare Fine With Some Mercury Roadshow Readers
    • Caltrain Seeks Public Input for Design of Future Electric Trains (SM Daily Journal)
    • People Behaving Badly: Google Bikes Being Found Far From Company Headquarters
    • Bike-Ped Bridge Over Tracks Funded in Santa Rosa (CBS); Palo Alto Opens Design Contest for Bridge

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