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    • More Metra Trouble: Deputy CEO Placed on Administrative Leave (Crain's)
    • Speed Cameras Installed by Horner Park (DNA)
    • Green Line Shutdown for Cermak Work Rescheduled for Next Week (CTA)
    • Amtrak Train Delayed Six Hours by Flat Spot on Wheel (Tribune)
    • Problems With Ventra Transit Benefit Program (RedEye)
    • How Are Bike Lanes Perceived in African-American Neighborhoods? (People for Bikes)
    • The Role of CMAP in Regional Planning (Sun-Times)
    • CTA Will Add Signs Encouraging Riders to Offer Seats to Pregnant Women (CBS)
    • After LSD Incident, Kass Calls for Abolishing Divvy (Tribune)
    • Local Lawyers Discuss Divvy Liability (Chicago Grid)
    • Naked Ambition: Woman on Red Line Claims to Be "Goddess of the Train" (Chicagoist)

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