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    • Oddly, Speed Camera Company Derails Bill to Expand School Safety Zone Hours (Tribune, Active Trans)
    • "People on the Trail" Report Says Decrowding Measures Needed for Lakefront Trail (RedEye)
    • Bike Safety Ordinances Passes Pedestrian and Traffic Safety Committee (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Parking Meter Deal Reboot Passes Finance Committee (Tribune, Sun-Times, DNA)
    • CTA Employees Protest Alleged Violations of Seniority Rules (Tribune)
    • The Aftermath of the Lincoln Avenue Bus Cuts (Tribune)
    • Man Dies After Crashing Into Unoccupied Semi in Elgin (Tribune)
    • Motorcyclist Dies After Slamming Into Oak Lawn Home (Tribune)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Charged With DUI After Critical Injuring PEd in Bronzeville (Tribune)
    • One Upside of 5000 Series Rail Cars: Disgusting Behavior is Harder to Hide (Tattler)
    • Elly Blue's Dinner and Bikes Tour Promotes Bicycle and Food Activism Tonight (Chicagoist)

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