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    • Online Petition Calls for a Stoplight at Foster and Kilbourn (DNA)
    • Rosemont Taxpayers Will Foot $50K Bill to Subsidize Driving to Mall Opening (Tribune)
    • New Self-Reported Bike Crash Map Launched (Gapers Block)
    • Driver Who Allegedly Killed Senior Then Fled Held on $250K Bail (Tribune)
    • Family Sues CTA Over Death of Man at Forest Park Stop (Tribune)
    • Person Seriously Injured After Driver Crashes Into Building in Beverly (DNA)
    • Richard M. Daley Leading New Company to Help Cities Build Infrastructure (Grist)
    • RTA Board Member Resigns After Failing to Repay State Grant (Tribune)
    • New Pedestrian Bridge Opens in Orland Park (Tribune)
    • Parklet by Pizzeria Would Look Like A Pizza Slice When Viewed From the Side (Curbed)
    • Bike Shop Staffers Say Divvy Could Help Boost their Sales (DNA)
    • Ride or Photograph the Red Divvy Bike to Win Prizes (RedEye)

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