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8:55 AM PDT on October 3, 2014

    • Pedestrian Seriously Injured by SUV Driver on Fulton at Willard in the Richmond (SF Examiner)
    • More on the New Muni-Only Turn Lane at Lincoln and 19th Avenue (SF Examiner)
    • Stanley Roberts Has a Field Day Watching Drivers Behave Badly During a Power Outage in SoMa
    • Chamber of Commerce President Bob Linscheid: SF Needs Prop A, the $500M Transit Bond (Examiner)
    • Car-Free SF Therapist Analyzes the Emotional Impacts of Owning and Driving a Car (Psyched in SF)
    • Real Estate Agent Perpetuates the Myth That Car-Share Spaces Make Parking More Difficult (Marina)
    • BART Looks to Ease Parking Frustration With Availability Signs; No Signs of Smarter Pricing (KTVU)
    • CAHSR Fields Letters of Interest From Train Manufacturers (Biz Times); Siemens Will Compete (SacBee)
    • Bridge Construction in Fremont Marks Milestone for BART Extension to Warm Springs (ABCCBS)
    • Caltrain Launches Suicide Prevention Webpage as Part of "Railroad Safety Month" (PAW, DJ, Exam)
    • GJEL: Oaklavia Shows the Need for Bike-Friendly Streets Around Lake Merritt
    • Sunnyvale Bike and Pedestrian Commission Pushes for Look Into Bike-Share (Mercury News)

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