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9:14 AM CDT on August 14, 2014

    • Red Light Cam Probe Widens as Feds Indict Former RedFlex CEO (Tribune)
    • Editorial: If Rahm Can't Restore Faith in Red Light Program, He Should End It (Tribune)
    • $40 Million Brown Line Repair Contract Awarded to Kiewit Infrastructure (Crain's)
    • CTA May Bankroll Traffic Signal Changes to Ease Bus Movements (RedEye)
    • Emanuel Unveils Rehabbed Harrison Station (DNA)
    • Numerous Street Closures, Parking Restrictions Planned for Air & Water Show (DNA)
    • Hoosiers on the Hoof: Indianapolis Hosts 1st-Ever Indiana Walk Summit (Active Trans)
    • Settlement for Cyclist Struck While Riding in Woodridge Crosswalk (Keating)
    • Online Tools Help Chicago Cyclists Recover Stolen Bikes (CBS)
    • Chicago Bike Mom Check Out the Harrison PBLs
    • Sleep Tight: Despite Video, CTA Says It Hasn't Seen Bedbugs on Rail Cars (RedEye)
    • 2 of "16 Rules of Living in Chicago": Watch for Cyclists & Don't Bike Like a Jerk (Time Out)

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