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    • Records Show Daley Staff Knew About Meter Contract Problems Years Ago (Sun-Times)
    • IDOT, AAA Oppose Raising Interstate Speed Limit to 70 for Safety Reasons (Tribune)
    • Man Killed in Palatine Motorcycle-Car Crash (Tribune)
    • 1 dead in Skyway Crash at 84th Street (Tribune)
    • Man Dies After May 4 Lemont Crash (Tribune)
    • Second Person Dies From Sunday Morning Collision in Washington Heights (DNA)
    • 5 Injured in Car-Bus Crashes in Marquette Park, Irving Park (Tribune, CBS)
    • Driver's Reclined Seat Position May Have Caused Albany Park Bike Crash (Kevenides)
    • How to Deal With a Hit-and-Run (Kevenides)
    • Bike Buddies Service Helps Make Newbies More Comfortable on City Streets (Active Trans)
    • Could Prague's "Love Subway Cars," Designated for Singles, Work in Chicago? (Tattler)
    • Avoiding Eye Contact is a Great Way to Get Peds to Yield Right-of-Way (LSD)

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