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9:04 AM CDT on May 29, 2014

    • Chicago's Ride-Share Ordinance Passes (Sun-Times, DNA)
    • Police: Thefts of Electronic Gadgets on CTA Are Down 36% (RedEye)
    • Divvy Experimenting With "Valet Service" at Busy Stations (RedEye)
    • Pothole Repairs & Damage Claims Are at Record Levels (Expired Meter)
    • West Town Merchants Recruited for Bike-Friendly Business Program (DNA)
    • John Kass Turns Pedestrian Safety Advocate (Tribune)
    • Reilly Introduces Ordinance to Crack Down on Segway Tours (Sun-Times)
    • Walking, Biking & Transit Modeshare Boost City's Fitness Ranking (Chicagoist)
    • First "Activate" People Alley Event of Season Draws 1,500-Plus People (MPC)
    • 500 Kids Participated in Bike to School Day in NW Suburban District (Active Trans)

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