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    • Internal CTA Study: Low-Income Ventra Users Less Likely to Register Cards (Tribune)
    • Ousted Metra CEO Agrees to Talk With RTA Board About Memo (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • CDOT to Install $786K in New Speed Bumps (Sun-Times)
    • Divvy Expansion Starts This Week; Lincoln Square to Get Several Stations (Patch)
    • Man Charged With First-Degree Murder In Bedford Park Hit-and-Run (Tribune)
    • Driver Charged After Hit-and-Run in Oak Park (Tribune)
    • Cabbies Have Mixed Reactions to Stands Set Aside for Green Vehicles (DNA)
    • Group Disparages BRT As "A Cheap 'L' Train," As If That's A Bad Thing (DNA)
    • Tour De Fat Raises $34K for West Town Bikes (Tribune)

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

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