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    • City Favoring Best Layout For Efficient, Ped-Friendly BRT (Active Trans)
    • Secretary of State's Office Works Out Details of Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants Bill (Southtown)
    • Man Sues Orland Hill Drunk Driver Who Killed His Mother (Southtown)
    • Last Year CTA Had Highest Ridership in Decades (DNA)
    • Kane County Rejects Plan to Strip Benefits From Transit Board Members (Daily Herald)
    • School Bus Strikes Several Vehicles Head-On in Park Ridge (ABC)
    • Developer Wants to Build 39-Unit Building Near Logan CTA Station With 40 Parking Spaces (Curbed)
    • Vibrant Public Spaces Encourage Healthy Lifestyles (MPC)
    • Wildly Changing Weather Presents Challenges to Cycling (LGRAB)
    • Couple Who Met on the 82 Kimball/Homan Bus Tying the Knot (RedEye)

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