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9:02 AM CDT on March 28, 2014

    • Train Cars Removed From O'Hare, Station May Reopen This Weekend (Tribune)
    • Passengers From O'Hare Blue Line Crash Share Their Experiences (RedEye)
    • House Passes Bill Requiring CPS to Bus Students on Safe Passages Routes (Sun-Times)
    • Probationer Who Killed Boy During Police Chase Fell Through Cracks in System (Tribune)
    • Ride-Sharing Proponents Tell City Council to Go Easy on Regulations (Tribune, DNA)
    • Ashland Bridge Removal for Bloomingdale Trail Takes Place This Weekend (Expired Meter)
    • The Benefits of Chicago's TOD Ordinance (MPC)
    • Chicago's Zoning Code Needs to Be Overhauled (City Notes)
    • What Kevenides Learned About Bike Crashes & Brain Injuries
    • Winter Placemaking in Evanston (MPC)
    • Check Out This Odd, Transit-Friendly Folding Bike (Chicargobike)

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