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    • Speed Camera Trial Reveals an Epidemic of Reckless Driving (Tribune, DNA)
    • Editorial: Commuters Will Love Ventra, Once They Get Over Hating It (Tribune)
    • Man Sues CTA Over Alleged Ventra Overcharges (Sun-Times, NBC)
    • Going Public Counts 106 People in Line at O'Hare Farecard Machines Before Marathon
    • So-Called South Lake Shore Drive Extension Opens October 27 (Tribune)
    • Former Bears Quarterback Arrested for 6th DUI (Tribune)
    • Active Trans Wants Your Ideas for Improving Access to the Des Plaines River Trail
    • Green Machine Cycle Shop Focuses on Cargo Bikes (Bicycle Retailer)
    • West Chicago Man Builds Custom Steel Frames (Daily Herald)

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