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8:55 AM PDT on October 8, 2014

    • Two Car Occupants Injured After Drivers Crash at Fulton and Laguna Streets (KTVU)
    • SFMTA Proposes New Residential Parking Permit Zone Around Alamo Square (Hoodline)
    • SFMTA Launches "Muni Forward" Branding Campaign for Transit Improvements
    • SF Weekly's Joe Eskenazi: Transbay Developer Mess Shows How SF's Wealthy Expect to Get Their Way
    • BeyondChron's Randy Shaw on UN Plaza: Why is One Block of Fulton Street a Parking Lot? (Examiner)
    • Seleta Reynolds, Formerly of SFMTA, Expected to Help LA Become Multi-Modal as DOT Chief (C&M)
    • BART Even More Packed With Attendees From October's Conferences, Festivals, Ball Games (SFist)
    • Disability Advocate Says BART Ignores Concern From Disabled Riders (BeyondChron)
    • Marin IJ Columnist Issues a Tired Call for Bicycle Licenses
    • Senator Jerry Hill Shares Thoughts on the Future Caltrain as CEO Mike Scanlon Retires (Green Caltrain)
    • Gov Brown Authorizes Caltrain Electrification "Design/Build" Phase to Proceed (Daily Journal)
    • San Carlos Residents Like Scaled-Down "Transit Village" Plan With Removed Parking Structure (DJ)

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