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    • The Hiccups and Ridership of Divvy's First Days Are Typical of New Bike-Share (Chicago)
    • Ridership Number Suggest Divvy's First Weekend Was Successful (Chicagoist)
    • More Heat on Metra Board for Clifford's Golden Parachute (Sun-Times)
    • Here's Why Chicago Needs More Protected Bike Lanes (Gapers Block)
    • Driver Runs Over Girl's Foot in West Town (DNA)
    • Public Meeting Tonight on Artwork for Wilson Red Line Stop (DNA)
    • 1,000 Kids in Oak Park Recently Got Bike Safety Education (Active Trans)
    • Barrington Is Pushing Bicycle Safety as Well (Barrington Life)
    • A Guide to Farmers Markets Near 'L' Stations (RedEye)

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We are all in an underperforming Chicagoland transit network. But some of us are looking at the Star:Line.

According to Star:Line Chicago, "The 2034sight Plan is an ambitious — and achievable — ten-year framework to lay the groundwork to modernize Chicagoland’s existing local passenger rail system."

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This is Grand! CDOT cuts ribbon on new protected bike lanes on a key West Side diagonal street

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