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    • Tunney Proposes Ordinance That Would Limit Number of Pedicabs (Sun-Times)
    • Despite CTA Claims Decrowding is Working, Numbers Show Mixed Results (RedEye)
    • Wrigley Parking Garage is Still a Possibility, Tunney Says (DNA)
    • Metra/CTA Package Could Save Money for Riders During Red Line Rehab (Sun-Times)
    • Police Say Spring Grove Woman Slipped and Fell Under Own Rolling Van (Tribune)
    • 85-Year-Old Woman Killed by Car in Elmhurst (Tribune)
    • 1 Dead, 2 Injured in Crash on Outbound Kennedy Near Cumberland (Tribune)
    • Warrenville Cops Seek Witnesses After "Bicycle Strikes Semi," Injuring Rider (Tribune)
    • Limo Driver Taking Kids to Prom Arrested for Drunk Driving in Oswego (Tribune)
    • Ride of Silence Takes Place This Wednesday (EARAB)
    • Bicycle Retailer Tours Chicago Bike Shops (BRAIN)
    • Parking NIMBYs Are Our Allies in Beating Back the "War on Cars" (LSD)

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