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9:09 AM CST on February 26, 2014

    • CTA Testing Prototype for Purchase of 300 New Lower-Emission Buses (Tribune)
    • Residents Asked to Weigh in on County Transportation Plan (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • Rail Corridor From Chicago to Joliet Could Cost $1.5 Billion (Tribune, Sun-Times)
    • 167-Unit Building Planned Next to Tinley Park Metra Station (Southtown)
    • A Look at the Region's Upcoming Infrastructure Needs (MPC)
    • Taxpayers Reimburse College of DuPage Trustees $1,500 for Driving to Meetings (Herald)
    • Sleepy Driver Strikes Bus, Mailbox, and Responding Ambulance (DNA)
    • New Marketing Company Uses Transit Tracker Data to Target Ads (Crain's)
    • A Doozy of a Student Editorial on Active Trans' Ped Streets Proposal (Columbia)

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