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    • Tribune: City to Refund 126 Tickets From Red Light Spike, Upholding Thousand of Others
    • Cardenas' Solution For Safety Zone He Doesn't Like: Get Rid of the Park (DNA)
    • Protest of Archer Speed Cam Planned for This Evening at 5:30 (Expired Meter)
    • Emanuel Says He Has No Plans to Raise Taxi Fares (Sun-Times)
    • Platforms at Downers Grove Metra Station Have Reopened, More Work Needed (Tribune)
    • Potholed Lincoln Avenue to Get New Asphalt, Short Stretch of Buffered Lanes (BWLP)
    • It's Not Always Easy to Cancel Your Ventra Card When You Move (RedEye)
    • Greenline Coffee Has Activated a Former "Retail Desert" in West Woodlawn (City Notes)
    • Video: The Second City Pokes Fun at Bike Cops (Tribune)

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We are all in an underperforming Chicagoland transit network. But some of us are looking at the Star:Line.

According to Star:Line Chicago, "The 2034sight Plan is an ambitious — and achievable — ten-year framework to lay the groundwork to modernize Chicagoland’s existing local passenger rail system."

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This is Grand! CDOT cuts ribbon on new protected bike lanes on a key West Side diagonal street

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