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    • Consolidation of Wabash's Randolph and Washington Stations Delayed by FTA Rules (RedEye)
    • INRIX Study Shows Chicagoland Congestion is Actually Improving (DNA)
    • Illinois Senate Passes 70 MPH Speed Limit (Tribune)
    • "Worries" About BRT on Ashland (RedEye)
    • Chamber Wants to Revitalize Clark Between Diversey and Barry by Calming Traffic (DNA)
    • Rain Garden Planned for Kimball/Milwaukee/Woodard "People Plaza" (DNA)
    • Department of Labor Orders Metra to Pay $38K to Safety Whistleblower (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Trains Delayed on Metra Union Pacific Northwest Line Due to Manpower Problems (Tribune)
    • Fare Dispute in Highland Park Delays Inbound Metra Train (DNA)
    • 10th Edition of 'El Stories" Transit Tales Review Departs Every Saturday (Tattler)

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