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    • Deal Reached to Preserve Chicago to Indianapolis Amtrak Service (The Hill)
    • Survey: Higher Ventra Prices Caused Nonprofits to Issue Fewer Passes to Clients (CBS)
    • Flooding Temporarily Halts Blue Line Service at Forest Park, Delays Pace buses (CBS)
    • Plan Commission Approves 280-Space Mariano's Complex on Broadway (DNA)
    • Arena No Longer Considering PBLs for Milwaukee; Road Diet Still Possible (DNA)
    • Opponents Kvetch About North Branch Trail Extension at Community Meeting (DNA)
    • Ex-Offender's Convictions Were Too Old to Qualify Him for CTA Apprenticeship (Tribune)
    • Cyclist Wins Settlement From Wrong-Way Driver Who Blamed GPS System (FK Law)
    • Dozens of Community Members Turned Out for Bronzeville Spoketacular (Active Trans)
    • The 8 People You Meet on Metra (Scribbling)
    • Chainlinkers Pay Tribute to Bike Advocate Dan Brown (Newcity)

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