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9:07 AM CDT on April 3, 2014

    • Rahm Dismisses Transit Taskforce Members as "Propeller Heads"
    • State Bill Would Allow Drivers to Keep License After Traffic Violations (Herald)
    • Reilly Pushes Ordinance Limiting Segway Speeds, Banning Them from Flyover (DNA)
    • City Council OKs Children's Memorial Redevelopment (Sun-Times)
    • FBI Files Shed Light on the Last Days of Doomed Metra CEO Phil Pagano (Tribune)
    • Urban Planner & Former Clevelander Touts BRT Benefits to Skeptical Residents (DNA)
    • Hero Jumps on Subway Tracks to Flag Oncoming Train (DNA)
    • Driver in Fatal Edens Crash Was Allegedly Drunk, Going 100 MPH (Tribune)
    • Fundraiser Will Honor Police Officer Killed by Driver While Biking in Palos (DNA)
    • A Look at Chicago's Infrastructure Trust (Free Enterprise)
    • Last Day for Pre-Tax Transit Benefit Program Users to Switch to Ventra (CTA)
    • More Than 1,000 Pothole Damage Claims Filed With City Council Yesterday (Tribune)

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