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8:55 AM PDT on October 9, 2014

    • A Record 14,000 SF Students Participate in Walk and Roll to School Day (SF Examiner)
    • Young Woman Struck by Driver at 15th and Valencia Streets (Mission Local)
    • SUV Driver Blocking Crosswalk Punches 66-Year-Old Man Who Complained (SF Weekly)
    • Haight Street Transit-Only Contra-Flow Lane Opens to Muni 71 and 6 Buses (Hoodline)
    • SFMTA Posts Survey to Gain Input About Sprucing Up the Transit Bulbs at Carl and Cole (Hoodline)
    • PG&E Valve Work Rips Through New "Si Se Puede!" Plaza on Cesar Chavez Street (SFGate)
    • Tonight: SFBG Hosts Forum on Closing the Rift Between Transportation and Affordable Housing Funding
    • SF Examiner and SF Bay Guardian Issue Ballot Endorsements
    • Prop L Gems: "MTA is Mostly Kids," "West of Divisadero is Suburban," "Cars are the Mainstay" (SFGate)
    • Cabbies Stage Honking Protest Outside Uber Headquarters (SF Weekly)
    • Boost for Late-Night Transbay Bus Service Could Come in December (SF Examiner)
    • Levi's Stadium Neighbors, Police Chief Meet to Discuss Traffic and Bike Trail Woes (Mercury News, NBC)

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