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    • BRT Supporters "Clearly Outnumbered Detractors" at Last Night's Hearing (Expired Meter)
    • ... But Rossi Only Gave 3.5 Lines to the Pro-BRT Viewpoint in Her Writeup (Sun-Times)
    • Traffic Cams Have Reduced Speeding by 65 Percent in 2 Months (Active Trans)
    • Is Ventra Another Cautionary Tale About the Perils of Privatization? (Nation)
    • Converting Metra to Ventra Will Be a Challenge (Gapers Block)
    • City Council Committee OKs Expanding Wrigley East on Sheffield (Sun-Times)
    • Long Grove Residents Seek to Undo Privatization of Roads (Tribune)
    • Fallen Cyclist Hector Avalos Worked in Same Building as Active Trans
    • Drunk Ambulance Driver Crashes Into Truck in Uptown (DNA)
    • Steinberg Takes a Snow Ride on Divvy (Sun-Times)
    • Lend Me a Tenner: This Uptowner Advocates for Bike-Friendly Streets (DNA)
    • Lululemon Rewards Illegal Parker by Paying Her Ticket (DNA)

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