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    • Bixi, Which Makes the Equipment for Divvy, Files for Bankruptcy (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Ex-CDOT Engineer's Says BRT Won't Work Due to Chicago Exceptionalism (Sun-Times)
    • Lake-Effect Snow Likely to Cause Transportation Headaches Today (Sun-Times, DNA)
    • Nonprofits Say $3 Ventra Cards Make It More Expensive to Help Clients (Tribune)
    • City Extends RedFlex Red Light Cam Contract Another 3 Months (DNA)
    • Advocates Push for Creating New South Shore Rail Lines (
    • New Active Trans Intern Will Help Stage Women Bike Chicago Conference
    • Driver Crashes Through Front Door of School in Belmont-Cragin (DNA)
    • Harsh Weather Causes More People to Use 'L' Cars as Bathrooms (RedEye)
    • Is It Always Illegal to Park Near a Crosswalk? (DNA)
    • Clark in Andersonville Could Use a Street Remix (HuffPo)
    • Contest: Identify Bridgeport's Largest Pothole (DNA)

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