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    • At Last Night's Ventra Hearing, Citizens Argued System Will Hurt Poor People (Tribune, RedEye)
    • CTA Promises Train Trackers in All Stations by Labor Day (RedEye)
    • Hearing This Tuesday on Widening Jane Adams Memorial Tollway (Tribune)
    • Long Delays on Eastbound I-94, I-80 After Crash (Sun-Times)
    • What to Do About Cars Parking in Bike Lanes (Active Trans)
    • If There's a Protected Bike Lane, the Law May Indicate You Need to Use It (Freeman)
    • CDOT Takes Responsibility for Plowing Protected Lanes (Keating)
    • Cyclist Gets Settlement After Being Thrown 15 Feet in Air by Minivan in Skokie (Kevenides)
    • Could Red Light Cameras Be Used to Catch Parking Violators? (Expired Meter)
    • Ideas for Improving Ped Conditions at Armitage/Halsted (BWLP)

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