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    • Nation Reaches Highest Transit Ridership in 57 Years, But Not So in Chicago (Active Trans)
    • Taskforce Proposes 2 Models for Rebooting Regional Transit Governance (Sun-Times)
    • Most Ventra Users Aren't Registering Their Cards, Missing $5 Transit Credit (RedEye)
    • Opinion: The Illiana Is a Massive Pothole of a Project (Crain's)
    • The White Stuff Causes a Blizzard of Commuting Issues (DNA)
    • How the Transit Agencies Prepared for the Latest Snowstorm (Tribune)
    • Authorities Investigate Fatal Arlington Heights Pileup (Tribune)
    • Water Crews Scramble to Fix 6-Foot Old Town Pothole (Sun-Times)
    • Help Brainstorm Ways to Improve LSD & the Lakefront Trail (BWLP)
    • Cute Accessories for City Bikes (LGRAB)

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