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8:55 AM PST on February 9, 2015

    • Two Pedestrians, Driver Injured in Three-Car Crash at 14th and South Van Ness (ABC)
    • Driver Fleeing Police Hits Former Assemblymember Tom Ammiano, SFPD Officer (NBC)
    • City Officials to Campaign for Lower Speed Limits, Speed Cameras at State Capitol (Examiner, SFBay)
    • Muni Installs N-Judah Handicap Platform at 28th Ave (SFMTA); Bus Bulb-Outs on McAllister (SFMTA)
    • Muni On-Time Performance Has Dipped Over Past Year (SFBay)
    • Former SFPD Traffic Chief Ali Defends Use of Anti-Terrorism Funds for Muni Fare Enforcement (Exam)
    • CA Assemblymember Wants to Allow Transit Agencies to Let Private Shuttles to Use Bus Stops (Exam)
    • Danville Case Could Make Impacts on Cyclists Part of Required CA Environmental Review (Merc)
    • Planned Caltrain Upgrades Over Budget (GC); South SF Approves $49M Station Rebuild (Daily Journal)
    • Driver Who Killed Girl in Cupertino Freeway Crash Arrested After Drugs Discovered in System (ABC)
    • $79M for Traffic Signs on Hwy 80? Even Car Commuters Think It's a Waste (Mercury Roadshow)

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