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    • Active Trans Notes That City Won't Meet 100-Mile PBL Goal, Calls for More Advanced Bikeways
    • South Red Line Sees First Ridership Growth Since Last Year's Rehab (RedEye)
    • Quinn Says He "Wasn't Happy" About IDOT Hiring Schneider's Stepdaughter (Tribune)
    • DePaul Study: Metra Needs to Start Providing Wi-Fi Service (Tribune)
    • Man Crashes Pickup Into House in Huntley, Flees on Foot (Tribune)
    • Hyde Park School Gets Crashed Into for the Second Time in 3 Months (DNA)
    • A Look Back at Ventra's Rocky Rollout (Tattler)
    • Despite High Gas Prices, Large Number of People Planning July 4 Car Trips (Sun-Times)
    • Fence Installed Under Oak Park 'L' for Lovers' Locks (Sun-Times)

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