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    • Red Light Camera Firm's Chairman Resigns After Gift to Ex-CDOT Official Revealed (Tribune)
    • City's Plans to Use P3s to Fund Red Line Expansion, Ventra, Warrant Skepticism (Gapers Block)
    • City Hosts Taxi Driver Job Fair (Sun-Times)
    • Truck Crashes into Lincoln Park Bank Early This Morning (Tribune)
    • Snow Truck Crashes into Pace Bus in Glenview; Two Injured (Tribune, Sun-Times, ABC)
    • Slippery Roads Lead to Crashes in South Suburbs (Southtown)
    • During Winter Riding CTA Downtown is Easy But Cycling Better for Accessing Neighborhoods (LGRAB)
    • Why Do Some Metra Trains Run on Opposite Tracks? (WBEZ)
    • Housing Co-op Founded by Cyclists in Marshall Square Seeks New Residents (Chicago Magazine)
    • The Handlebar Celebrates Ten Years With Musical Showcase at Empty Bottle (Reader)

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