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    • Appointee Leaves CTA Board After Daley (Cough) Accuses Quinn of Patronage (Tribune)
    • Drivers Want Safe Streets But Don't Want to Be Accountable for Their Own Speeding (DNA)
    • Man Fatally Crashes Motorcycle on I-55 Entrance Ramp From Lake Shore Drive (DNA)
    • Tinley Park to Add Bike Lanes on 80th Street (Tribune)
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    • Bike Walk Lincoln Park Partnering With Active Trans, 43rd Ward to Fix Clark (Patch)
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