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    • Revised Plan for Logan Rentals Near Blue Line Has 50% Fewer Parking Spaces (DNA)
    • As Streetsblog Predicted, Divvy Has Been Good for Chicago Bike Shops (Crain's)
    • New Divvy Stations Planned in Several Ward (Active Trans)
    • NerdWallet Says Chicago's a Bad Place to Drive. However, it's a Good Place to Bike. (RedEye)
    • It's Not to Late to Transfer Your CTA Farecard Balance to Ventra (RedEye)
    • WBEZ Rides Shotgun With a Cabbie & a Ride-Share Driver
    • Chicagoland's Border-to-Border Route Added to U.S. Bike Route System (Adventure Cycling)
    • Metal Rain: Bystanders Scared by Cascade of Fasteners After Loop 'L' Derailment (Tribune)
    • Is It Legal to Ride 2 Abreast in Illinois? (FK Law)
    • The Parking Ticket Geek Will Be on Outside the Loop Radio Today at 10 a.m.

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