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    • Motorist Who Killed Cann Has a History of Light Sentences for Drunk Driving (Reader)
    • 91-Year-Old Man Killed on His Bicycle in Oak Park (Tribune)
    • Planned Wilson Station Columns Relocated in Response to Merchants' Concerns (DNA)
    • CTA Using Security Cameras to Catch Employees Sleeping on the Job (CBS)
    • Riders Enrolled in Pre-Tax Benefits Program Need to Activate Ventra Cards (RedEye)
    • A Look at the Morning Commute on Clark Street (BWLP)
    • Traffic Safety Tips for Halloween (Expired Meter)
    • "Trunk or Treating" Features All of the Candy, Little of the Healthy Walking (Tribune)
    • How to Fix Regional Transit: Look at a Map (Beachwood Reporter)
    • Sharp Ride: Professional Knife Sharpener Visits Clients by Bike (DNA)

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We are all in an underperforming Chicagoland transit network. But some of us are looking at the Star:Line.

According to Star:Line Chicago, "The 2034sight Plan is an ambitious — and achievable — ten-year framework to lay the groundwork to modernize Chicagoland’s existing local passenger rail system."

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This is Grand! CDOT cuts ribbon on new protected bike lanes on a key West Side diagonal street

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