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Soy and Dry Ice Among San Francisco’s New Tricks to Banish City Graffiti

KQED Science | November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Soy and Dry Ice Among San Francisco’s New Tricks to Banish City Graffiti

San Francisco cleans up a lot of graffiti every year. In the past, the city has used standard industrial solvents for this task, but now, workers will be cleaning up with non-toxic materials, in an effort to protect people and reduce toxic runoff.

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Now Open, What Will Be the Next Steps for the Bay Bridge’s New Bicycle and Pedestrian Path?

KQED Science | September 4, 2013 | 2 Comments

Now Open, What Will Be the Next Steps for the Bay Bridge’s New Bicycle and Pedestrian Path?

Thousands of cyclists and residents from the Bay Area have already walked or biked across the new bicycle and pedestrian bike path on the eastern span of the Bay Bridge, which officially opened at noon on Tuesday. But one common question many cyclists have: Will the path eventually reach San Francisco?

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Remember the Quarries of Telegraph Hill

KQED Science | May 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Remember the Quarries of Telegraph Hill

San Francisco's Telegraph Hill was once in danger of being erased by stone quarries. Today, it's holding up well.

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