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    • Sweet! State Law Will Be Clarified to Explicitly Allow Bicyclists to Pass on Right (Active Trans)
    • Metra Board Member Shared Confidential Memo With CEO Prior to Severance (Tribune, Crain's)
    • Wilson Red Line Station Rehab Delayed by Extension of Bid Deadline (RedEye)
    • As Part of Deal to Pedestrianize a Block of Kenmore, Loyola Opens Garage to Non-Students (DNA)
    • Emanuel Breaks Ground on Attractive Green Line Stop at Cermak (Sun-Times, DNA)
    • City Agrees to Stop Ticketing Drivers in Front of Shuttered CPS Schools (DNA)
    • CTA Pilots Card That's Both a Ventra Card and ID for CPS Students (WBEZ)
    • Ouch! Cabbie Bilks Chinese Student Out of $4,240 for a Ride From O'Hare to Champaign (DNA)
    • Diary of a Divvy User (Tribune)
    • Steven Vance's Chicago Bike Guide Gets Some Love in a Divvy App Roundup (DNA)
    • Logan Square Driver Shares a Unique Viewpoint on Recent Transportation News

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