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11:16 AM PDT on September 16, 2015

    • SFMTA Needs $21B For Next 20 Years for Transportation Maintenance and Upgrades (SF Examiner)
    • SF State Students Frustrated With Long Wait for BART Shuttles (Golden Gate Express)
    • Photo: Cyclists Help Occupants of Overturned Vehicle on Twin Peaks (Cyclelicious)
    • City CarShare Reaches 50,000 Members, Aims for 100,000 by 2020 (SFist)
    • Bauer's Shuttle Company to Dissolve "Sham" Workers Union (SF Examiner)
    • Uber to Appeal Judge's Ruling Over Employment Status of Drivers (SF Business Times)
    • BART Puts Service Boost, Longer Trains Into Effect (KQED)
    • Fremont BART Shut Down Tuesday Afternoon After Police Find Suspicious Package (CBS)
    • Palo Alto Warns Drivers of New Downtown Parking Permit Requirement (Palo Alto Online, NBC)
    • Marin County Supervisors Tentatively Approve Ban on Parking Along Muir Woods Road (Marin IJ)
    • Labor Dept Approves CA Transit Funds Withheld Over Pension Reform Dispute (Mercury News)
    • Engineers Still Developing the Hyperloop; Company Hires New CEO (TechCrunch, CBS)

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