In "Watching Jay Like a Hawk," News, Oct. 2, we mistakenly printed that a "request for comment from Cap Metro and/or StarTran was not returned as of press time." The passage was not updated to reflect the fact that reporter Lee Nichols' call was indeed returned, though he and StarTran General Manager Terry Garcia Crews were unable to speak until after deadline. Also, a map accompanying the "Developing Stories: A Long Route to Go," News, Oct. 2, depicted "Increment 1" of a potential Downtown urban rail route as heading west via Third Street; in fact, the proposed route would travel down Fourth Street. Finally, in "Point Austin: A Green and Democratic Place," News, Oct. 2, the full name given for organizer Carlos Perez should have been Carlos Perez de Alejo.

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