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9:01 AM CDT on May 5, 2014

Proposed Parking at Belmont-Clark Tower Reduced from 74 to 39 Spaces (DNA)

Chicago's BRT Manager Discusses the Upcoming Loop Project (National Geographic)

Metra Hopes Anemometers on Trains Will Reduce Wind Delays (Herald)

McKinley Park Pedestrian Death Is 2nd Vehicular Homicide in 1 Week (ABC, CBS)

Drunk, Wrong-Way Motorist on Lake Shore Drive Kills Law Student (DNA)

An Exposé on the Dangers of Riding Metra by a Convicted Drunk Driver (CBS)

Realigning Wentworth in Chinatown Lauded as a Win for Pedestrians (DNA)

Bus Benches Chosen in 49th Ward PB Vote; Greenway Not on Ballot (DNA)

Looking Back at the Early Chicago Bicycle Scene (Tribune)

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