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San Francisco Considers Charging Drivers to Enter or Leave Downtown

June 11, 2013 | 6:30 am

San Francisco Considers Charging Drivers to Enter or Leave Downtown

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By Bryan Goebel If you think rush-hour traffic is bad in downtown San Francisco now, a new report from the San Francisco County Transportation Authority says it’s going to get even worse in the coming decade. “We’re going to be faced with severe congestion at some point. We’re not able to say exactly when, but […]

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Men in Drag, Uppity Women: A 116-Year-Old SF Bike Protest History Cycles Around

October 1, 2012 | 4:42 pm

Men in Drag, Uppity Women: A 116-Year-Old SF Bike Protest History Cycles Around

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When thousands of bicyclists took to the streets of San Francisco Friday night, they had more history to celebrate than most of them knew. The mood remained mostly festive throughout the evening, but organizers said they wanted to make a statement — much as they did 20 years ago, in the Critical Mass ride of […]

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Google Car Zooms Toward Legal Status

September 24, 2012 | 10:46 am

Google Car Zooms Toward Legal Status

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by Zusha Elinson, The Bay Citizen When veteran legislative staffer Howard Posner began working on a bill that would allow driverless, computer-controlled cars to roam California’s highways, he figured lawmakers would find the idea alarming. They didn’t. “Eventually, you might be on the freeway, and someone might not be behind the wheel,” said Posner, a […]

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