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    • RTA Investigating Ventra Snafus (Tribune, NBC)
    • Local Politicans Unhappy With Low DBE Participation in Ventra Contract (Sun-Times)
    • Preckwinkle Appoints Ex-Banker to RTA Board (Tribune)
    • Driver hits 4 Cars and Flees After Fight Near Zoo; No Injuries (Tribune)
    • After Pedestrian Injuries, New Stoplight at Broadway/Balmoral (DNA)
    • One Month Later, Red Line Rehab Still Getting Rave Reviews (Active Trans)
    • Why Guys Like John Kass Are so Upset About Cycling (Chicago)
    • Discussing Divvy Design (DNA)
    • A Message From a "Little Bike Person" to the "Extra-Large Car People" (RedEye)
    • The Bicycle Film Festival Returns to Chicago (DNA)
    • Ventra Rappers Talk About Their Song (DNA)

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