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    • Wells Bridge Rehab Causes Minor CTA Delays (Tribune)
    • CTA Launches Trip Planner for Red Line Rehab (CTA, Tattler)
    • Purple Line Slow Zone Work to Start in Evanston Next Month (RedEye)
    • Red Light Camera Contract Extended With Redflex, Embroiled in Scandal (Expired Meter)
    • Elderly Couple Killed in Crash on I-355 Near Woodridge (Sun-Times)
    • Woman Runs Over Ex-Boyfriend's New Girlfriend in Park Forrest (Tribune)
    • Northwest Side Man Badly Hurt in Lawndale Hit-and-Run (Tribune)
    • Four Wards Voting in Participatory Budgeting Elections (Active Trans)
    • Divvy Bike-Share Launching in Chicago this Spring (EV World)
    • Checking Out Ped and Bike Conditions at Wrightwood/Halsted (BWLP)

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