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9:00 AM CDT on May 28, 2013

    • Pedestrian Killed in Taxi Crash by Midway Airport; Driver Not Charged (Tribune)
    • City Debuts Divvy Cycles at Bike the Drive; Memberships On Sale This Week (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Squire Softens Bike-Share Contract Protest; Reilly Nixes Mag Mile Docking Stations (Crain's)
    • Bike the Drive Opens LSD to Thousands of Cyclists (Tribune, RedEye, CBS)
    • CTA Offers South Siders More Tips for Navigating Red Line Rehab (Tattler)
    • After Reported CTA Assault, Guardian Angels Offer Free Self-Defense Class (Red Eye)
    • Ex-CTA Technology Chief Rejoins Agency After Helping Cubit With Ventra Contract (Tribune)
    • RTA Riders Using Free, Reduced or ADA Passes Will Soon Switch to Ventra (NBC)
    • Metra Closes Downtown Lake Forest Ped Crossing in Attempt to Improve Safety (Tribune)
    • Lincoln Square Business Owners Unclear on the Lawrence Road Diet Concept (DNA)
    • My Lunch With Gabe (Michigan Ave)

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