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9:03 AM CDT on March 20, 2013

    • $800K Settlement After Woman is Doored in Southport Bike Lanes (Patch)
    • Hilkevitch: Ventra's Debit Card Option is Full of Hidden Charges (Tribune)
    • RTA Director Costello Questions CTA About Ventra Fees (Sun-Times)
    • Local Music Promoter Died After Falling Out of Cab (DNA)
    • Driver Fatally Shot in East Hazel Crest After Speeding Towards Cop (Tribune)
    • Outbound BNSF Trains Delayed by Equipment Failure (Tribune)
    • Federal Investigation of RedFlex Traffic Camera Scandal Begins (Expired Meter)
    • Support Bike and Ped Improvements to U.S. 45 in Lake County (Active Trans)
    • Vote for Traffic Calming, Ped and Bike Improvements in 46th Ward (Transitized)
    • Bike Messenger Emergency Fund Cuts Checks to Injured Couriers (Kevenides)

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