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    • Fare For O'Hare Workers Temporarily Waived Until New CTA Cards Arrive (Tribune)
    • Study Finds Chicago Police Getting More Aggressive About Busting DUIs (DNA)
    • State Lawmakers to Hold Hearing on Metra CEO's Golden Parachute (Tribune)
    • Monteno Man Dies After Driving Car Into a Ditch (Tribune)
    • Elderly Driver Drags Cyclist 20 Feet Under Car in Rolling Meadows (Kevenides)
    • Senior Marks 1-Year Anniversary of Car Crashing Into House (Sun-Times)
    • A Bunch of Info About Bus Bunching (Transitized)
    • An Intro to Divvy Bike-Share (LGRAB)
    • First Impressions of Divvy (Transitized)
    • 3 Ideas for Divvy Bike Rides, Late Fees Be Damned (Refinery 29)

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