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9:00 AM CDT on August 15, 2013

    • CTA Faces $10.1 Million Deficit; Claypool Vows No Fare Hikes or Service Cuts (Tribune)
    • CTA to Fix Slow Zones on Blue Line Between Logan Square and Damen (DNA)
    • Another Metra Board Member Asked to Step Down Due to Residency Issues (Tribune)
    • Claypool: Unlike Metra, CTA is Accountable to Voters (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Who Fatally Struck Tibetan Community Leader Gets 4 Years Prison (Tribune)
    • Children Injured in School Bus Crash on 6600 block of South St. Lawrence (Tribune)
    • Palatine Woman Gets 12 Years Prison After 7th DUI (Tribune)
    • American Urban Planners Should Stop Treating Bikes Like Cars (Transitized)
    • Luigi from Mario Bros. Takes a Ride on the Brown Line (Engadget)

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