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It’s 7 a.m., 56º and headed toward 66º. Details are here.

It won’t be long before BART gets real-time departure screens. The Chronicle writes that the Embarcadero station already has one from an experiment two years ago:

But at least 13 more BART stations are scheduled to get real-time train departure screens as part of an effort to overhaul signage at some of the transit system’s busiest stations. And congressional funding announced last week will allow BART to outfit all of its downtown San Francisco stations with the monitors, spokeswoman Luna Salaver said.

“This way a person knows if they have time to walk leisurely or if they have to walk more briskly to get to the platform,” she said.

In other transportation news, Muni received more than $21 million in federal funds to go toward new buses and improvements like colored bus lanes, writes Streetsblog San Francisco.

And Anthony Myint, co-creator of the Mission Burger, counts down his five favorite burgers in the city, including In-N-Out’s Double Double. His hands-down favorite? Read on to find out.

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