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8:55 AM PDT on October 30, 2014

    • All Muni Bus Service Suspended After World Series Revelers Attack Vehicles Again (SFGateCBS)
    • Muni Makes Route Adjustments as Part of Transit Effectiveness Project (SF Appeal)
    • Ribbon-Cutting, Block Party Today to Celebrate Castro Street's Makeover (Hoodline, SFGate)
    • KALW Profiles Prop L; SPUR Lists Five Reasons Why SF Needs Its Transit-First Policy
    • SF Examiner Reviews Last Week's NACTO Conference, a Gathering of National Transportation Planners
    • Senator Mark Leno Considers Running for Mayor Against Ed Lee (SFGate)
    • Study: 53% of Casual Bay Area Bike Share Users Don't Understand Pricing Structure (Conversation)
    • School Bus Driver, Station Wagon Driver, Motorcyclist Collide at Oak and Lyon Streets (CBS)
    • Op-Ed: Caltrain Needs to More Frequent Service to Match its Connecting Transit Systems (SF Examiner)
    • BART's Oakland Airport Connector Could Open by Thanksgiving (SFGate)
    • Decisions on Cutting BART's Planned Alum Rock Station Moving Quickly (Green Caltrain)
    • Oakland North Breaks Down What Alameda County's Measure BB Transportation Tax Would Fund

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