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    • U of Chicago Plans to Pedestrianize Block of 58th Street by Oriental Institute (DNA)
    • Sears Tower Debuts Bike Valet Service (Sun-Times)
    • CTA Reduces Owl Service on 151 Shedian Bus (Tattler)
    • Wrigley Neighbors Complain About Traffic, Parking Issues at Community Meeting (Tribune, DNA)
    • CTA Should Have Been More Transparent About Ventra Fees (Tattler)
    • Sustainable Englewood Urges Alderman to Reject Rail Yard Expansion Plan (DNA)
    • An Interview With Amy Little, Co-founder of Working Bikes Cooperative (Tribune)
    • How the Clark/Fullerton Intersection Could Be Improved (BWLP)
    • Semi Driver Kills Woman in SUV on I-88 Near Aurora (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Super Mario World 16-Bit Version of CTA Map Goes Viral (RedEye)
    • "The Million Dollar Rip Off," a 1976 Thriller About a CTA Heist (WBEZ)

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