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9:06 AM CST on February 3, 2014

    • Lincoln Parkers Along Lakefront Less Likely to Own Cars (Bike Walk Lincoln Park)
    • Chicago Will Regulate Uber, Lyft, SideCar Drivers (Tribune)
    • CTA Clarifying Ventra Account Messages At Turnstile (Red Eye)
    • SUV Driver Hits And Kills Man in Aurora, Says She Didn't See Him (The Southern)
    • Little Village Man Dies After Being Hit By SUV Driver, Who Also Didn't See the Victim (Tribune)
    • Three Children Hurt in 1:30 AM Car Crash in Fuller Park (Tribune)
    • Driver Hits Pothole and Crashes SUV Into Animal Hospital (DNAinfo)
    • Man Peeking Over to Find Blue Line Train Hospitalized After He Fell On Tracks (Tribune)
    • Are CTA Trains Dirtier Now That They're Getting Cleaned Less? (CTA Tattler)
    • New Metra CEO Can’t Take Train To Work Due to Infrequent Schedule (Tribune)
    • Chicago Police Officer Wrongly Codes Bike Crash Report, Prompting Insurance Fight (My Bike Advocate)

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