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8:55 AM PST on January 7, 2015

    • DPW May Slow Street Re-Paving Due to Costs of Mandated Curb Ramps (SF Examiner)
    • CAHSR Groundbreaking Takes Place in Fresno (CBS); Transbay Center Work Continues (ABC)
    • Most Transbay Developers Agree to Property Tax, But a Few Still Threaten to Sue (Biz Times)
    • SF Chronicle: Muni Can't Afford to Give Free Fares for Seniors and Disabled
    • Proposed Residential Parking Permit Zone Q Around in NoPa Gets Some Boundary Tweaks (Hoodline)
    • SFBike Shows Top Five Double-Parking Photo Submissions as Part of #ParkingDirtySF Campaign
    • SF Labor Council Joins Cabbies in Fight to Regulate "Ride-Share" Companies (CBS)
    • Southbound I-280 in SF Shut Down for Six Hours After Man Jumps Into Traffic (NBC, Mercury)
    • "Manspreading": A Problem on BART (CBS)
    • GJEL: Berkeley Intersection Where Veteran Was Killed Crossing Needs More Than a Flashing Beacon
    • Oakland Senior Advocates Say International Blvd BRT Will Benefit Elderly, Disabled Residents (KQED)
    • Bay Area Commuters Keep Riding Transit Despite Cheaper Gas (CBS)

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