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    • Duckworth Promotes Cycling for People With Disabilities at National Bike Summit (Bike Portland)
    • Second Day of Brown Line Reroutes Goes Smoother Despite Snowfall (Sun-Times)
    • After Bribery Scandal in Chicago, RedFlex Looks Into Misconduct in Other Locations (Tribune)
    • Man Killed in Crash on Tri-State Tollway in Desplaines (Tribune)
    • 3 Injured in Crash Involving Firetruck in Back of the Yards (Tribune)
    • Teenage Girls Seriously Injured by Car in North Lawndale (DNA)
    • Minor Delays on Blue Line Near Belmont Last Night (Tribune)
    • Is New Urbanism Elitist? (Chicago)
    • A Guide to Dealing With Harassment While Biking (Tiny Fix)
    • Snowflake Special Tour Explores Little-Known Areas of CTA System (Tattler)

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