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    • Show Your Support for Bus Rapid Transit on Ashland (Active Trans)
    • Riders Say Red Line Closure is Working Out OK (Sun-Times, DNA)
    • Claypool: "Crazy Guy" on Tracks at Garfield Green Stop Delayed Evening Rush (DNA)
    • CTA Uses Signs to Help Customers Navigate Red Line Alternatives (RedEye)
    • "Lakefront Car Tower" Awaits Alderman Joe Moore's Approval (DNA)
    • 2 Injured in Romeoville Motorcycle Crash (Tribune)
    • People Bike on Fullerton Sidewalks Because They Feel Unsafe on the Street (BWLP)
    • 20,000+ Cyclists Will Bike the Drive This Sunday (DNA)
    • Tribune Takes Side of "True Warriors" in the "War on Cars" (LSD)
    • Video: Anne Alt Gives a Tour of the Dearborn Protected Lanes (Kevenides)

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