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    • American Traffic Solutions Chosen as Speed Camera Vendor (Tribune, DNA)
    • Drunk Driver Kills One, Injures Three in Wreck on Eisenhower Near Kostner (Tribune, DNA)
    • Man Charged With Reckless Homicide After Car Crashes Into Viaduct, Killing Passenger (Tribune, DNA)
    • Almost 17 Percent of CTA Track Is Under Slow Zones This Month (RedEye)
    • New Section of Wells Street Bridge Delivered by Barge (Sun-Times)
    • Red Line Trains Re-Routed to 'L' Tracks During Subway Repairs (Sun-Times)
    • Some Red Line Trains Will Skip Addison Stop During Track Work (RedEye)
    • Tiny Fix Bake Sale Raises $1,000 for Hit-and-Run Survivor Dustin Valenta (DNA)
    • Video: What it Was Like Riding the Brown Line in 1981 (WBEZ)
    • The History of Chicago's 'L' Train Funeral Cars (WBEZ)

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