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9:27 AM CDT on August 22, 2013

    • Ex-Metra CEO Alex Clifford Interested in Getting His Job Back (Sun-Times)
    • City/Suburb Divide Keeps RTA Board From Setting Funding Estimates for Transit Agencies (Tribune)
    • Seven Years Prison for Driver in Fatal Aurora Hit-and-Run (Tribune)
    • Flood of Support For Bike-A-Bee's Jana Kinsman After Logan Square Attack (DNA)
    • Tips on What to Do If You Are Harassed on a Bicycle From Chicago's Top Bike Cop (Active Trans)
    • Despite the Ever-Present Threat of Violence, We Keep Riding Bikes (Tiny Fix)
    • U of Chicago Plans to Pedestrianize 5500 Block of South Greenwood (DNA)
    • Ron Burke: Bus Rapid Transit Is the Solution to LSD Congestion (Crain's)
    • Goin' off the Rails on a Red Line Train: "Minor Derailment" at 63rd and Ashland (Tribune)
    • Chicago's Answer to Dorothy Rabinowitz: NIMBYs Sue City Over "Hideous" Divvy Station (Tribune)
    • Circular Logic: New Sculpture Added to The Gateway People Plaza (DNA)
    • City Settles With Woman Over $100K in Parking Fees (DNA)

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