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    • LSD Redesign Process Could Stop Road From Becoming a Superhighway (Tribune)
    • Ventra Rollout Moves Forward (Tribune, Tattler)
    • Residents Welcome Speed Cameras on Foster (DNA)
    • Chicago to Start Using Microradar to Count Pedestrians (Forbes)
    • Metra Scandal Has Cost Taxpayers $250K in Legal Fees So Far (Sun-Times)
    • RTA Set to Award Contract to Firm Co-Owned by Former Madigan Aide (Sun-Times)
    • Residents Wants Protected Bike Lanes on Vincennes (Active Trans)
    • Now You Can Ride a Divvy to Dim Sum (DNA)
    • Emanuel Joins Dowell for Bike Tour of Third Ward (Active Trans)
    • Waukegan, North Chicago Move Forward, Separately, on Path Linking Towns (News-Sun)
    • Chicago Needs a Truly Pedestrianized Retail Street (Transitized)
    • An App That Lets Parking Scofflaws Dodge the Denver Boot (DNA)

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