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    • South Side BRT Open House 6-8 p.m. Tonight at Juarez Academy (Sun-Times, NBC)
    • Active Trans: Eliminating Lefts on Ashland Will Save Lives (Sun-Times)
    • Waguespack Compare the BRT plan to the Parking Meter Deal (Urban Times)
    • Is Rahm Breaking Promise to Allow Wards to Opt Out of Free Sunday Parking? (DNA)
    • Passenger Killed in Woodlawn Crash, DUI Suspected (Tribune)
    • Ghost Bike Installed for Ex-Marine Killed on Bike by Drunk Driver (DNA)
    • Speed Cams Installed in Washington Park, Lakeview (DNA)
    • Portage Park Cams Now Issuing Tickets (DNA)
    • Divvy Launches New Station Request Website (RedEye, DNA)
    • What's New About the O'Hare Line Overhaul? (RedEye)
    • CTA Eliminating Morning and Afternoon Spot Cleaning of Railcars (RedEye)
    • 'L'ert Phone App Keeps Sleepy Commuters From Missing Their Stops (DNA)

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