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    • CPS Finally Releases "Safe Passages" Routes for School Students (Sun-Times)
    • Editorial: "[LSD's] Primary Job is to Move Traffic." No, It's to Move People. (Sun-Times)
    • Leader of Ashland NIMBYs at Wednesday Meeting: "We're Not Anti-BRT" (Patch)
    • Romanelli Pushes for Bringing Back Turns for Trucks Under Morgan Station (Gazette)
    • Driver Kills Man on Roller Skates in Lombard (Tribune)
    • Driver, 84, OK After Crashing Into Liquor Store, Setting Booze on Fire (Tribune)
    • Cyclist Gets $550K Settlement After Bus Driver Failed to Yield (Keating)
    • John "War on Cars" McCarron Is Back With Another Doozy of an Opinion Piece (Tribune)
    • But Also, Oddly, a Good Article on Youth Bike Initiatives (LISC)
    • One Last Ride on the CTA's 2200-Series Train Cars (DNA)
    • Mama Mia! Luigi From Super Mario Bros. Will Ride the CTA Brown Line (DNA)

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