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    • Mayor Lauds 22 Percent Drop in CTA Crime, But Ridership Is Also Down (RedEye)
    • Chicago Mag Ponders Chicago's Transpo Future, With Input From Streetsblog
    • RedEye Takes a Look a the Lake Shore Drive Planning Process
    • Work Underway to Make North Avenue in Austin and Oak Park Safer for Peds (Active Trans)
    • Why Does Citi Bike Have More Than 4X the Ridership of Divvy? (DNA)
    • Finance Committee Proposes Renaming Water Tower Park After Jane Byrne (Tribune)
    • Alt Cycle, Specializing in Cargo & E-Bikes, Opens in Lincoln Park (DNA)
    • Active Trans' 4 Star Bike & Chow Ride Will Tour the South Side This Year (DNA)
    • Chicago Bike Mom Takes Her Kids Urban Camping Via Her Long-Tail Cycle

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