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    • Metra CEO Claims Fare Hike Not Responsible for Decline in Ridership (Active Trans)
    • Brown, Purple Service Interruptions Start Due to Wells Bridge Construction (Tribune)
    • #33 Mag Mile Express Bus to Stop Running After CTA, Metra Fail to Make Deal (Tribune)
    • Off-Duty Firefighter Charged With Reckless Homicide in Fatal Tinley Park Crash (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • CTA Driver Incapacitated After Stun Gun Attack in Austin (Tribune, DNA)
    • Motorcycle Crashes Into Car Outside Roselle Bowling Alley, Killing 2 (Tribune)
    • 1 Killed, 4 Injured in Barrington Hills Pile-Up (Tribune)
    • State Senate Tables Bill to Allow Use of Denver Boot to Collect City Debts (DNA)
    • RedFlex Outlines Misconduct by Its Employees in Chicago Red Light Contract (Tribune)
    • What Transit Riding Faux Pas Annoy People the Most? (Transitized)

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