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    • Hearings on North LSD Redesign Taking Place This Week (Sun-Times, Tattler)
    • CTA: First Day of Ventra Rollout Went Without a Hitch (RedEye)
    • Hilkevitch Predicts Ventra Will Be A System of Mass Confusion
    • Quinn to Appoint Panel of Experts to Recommend Overhaul of Metra and RTA (Sun-Times)
    • Metra Crisis Is an Opportunity to Reorganize Regional Transit for the Better (Crain's)
    • Rahm Endorses Stiffer Penalties for Litterbug Drivers (Sun-Times)
    • Participatory Budgeting Funds 5 Colorful Rogers Park Train Viaducts (DNA)
    • Irving Park Closed at Ravenswood for Metra-UP Infrastructure Upgrades (DNA)
    • Will IDOT Back the proposed Lincolnwood-Skokie Ped/Bike Plaza? (Keating)
    • Bike Damage Proves That Cab Driver Was Lying About Wicker Park Dooring (Kevenides)
    • Dottie Rides Divvy Home From Work (LGRAB)

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