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    • In Wake of Metra Mess, Transit Task Force Launched to Create "World-Class System" (Tribune)
    • Opinion: It's Time to Dump the Rest of the Metra Board (Tribune)
    • Should CMAP Be in Charge of Overseeing Regional Transit? (Sun-Times)
    • Ventra Has Been Used 1 Million Times Already (RedEye)
    • McKinley Park Parents Say Speed Cameras Will Improve Safety (DNA)
    • Clybourn Lanes Are a Big Improvement, But Not Enough for Risk-Averse Cyclists (BWLP)
    • The Chicago Bicyclist's Bill of Rights (Gapers Block)
    • Emanuel Comforts Hurt Cyclist on Milwaukee Avenue "Hipster Highway" (Tribune)
    • League of Illinois Bicyclists Looking for Help Counting Bike-to-Metra Trips (Active Trans)
    • Steven and John Test Out Cycling's "Dick Van Dyke Effect" (LGRAB)

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