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Take a look at the links below for more on what's been going on in San Francisco on Friday.

The new transit center taking shape downtown will sell the naming rights for the center, the rooftop park and a few other places inside. (SFist)

Take a look at the new Muni map that took eight years to create. (The Bold Italic)

The CHP will crack down on carpool violations during the evening commute out of S.F. on the Bay Bridge. (CBS5)

Restaurant workers in The City are among the best paid in the U.S. (NBC Bay Area)

Muni expects to have a full staff of bus and train operators this spring, ending a shortage that's been going on since at least the 1990s. (Streetblog SF)

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