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    • CTA Credits Safety Campaign With Reducing the Number of Rail Trespassers (Tribune)
    • CCS International Wins Cost Management Contract for Phase 1 of Red & Purple Rehab (Tribune)
    • Active Trans Weighs in on the International Report That Called Our Transit Network "Depressing"
    • More Details About How the Wilson Rehab Work Will Affect Train Riders (DNA)
    • Richmond Writer Brands the Jeffery Jump "A Failed BRT Project" (RVA)
    • Should CDOT Add a Midblock Crosswalk at South Loop Retail Development? (Fox)
    • The Morton Arboretum, Which Formerly Banned Bikes, Now Offers Bike rentals (Tribune)
    • Divvy Versus Bublr Smackdown: Which Has Better Branding? (Journal Sentinal)
    • Konkol Whines That Pullman Historic District, Steps From Metra, Is a Transit Desert (DNA)

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