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    • Half-Off Deal for 'L' Rides Taken Using E-Payment -- With Some Strings Attached (RedEye)
    • Woman Sexually Assaulted on Sauganash Trail; Laurino Plans to Add Security Cam (DNA)
    • Man Charged With 3 Separate Gold Chain Robberies Aboard Red & Green Trains (DNA)
    • High School Student Who Was Doored in Austin Is Seeking Compensation (Keating)
    • Storm Causes Delays on Several Metra Lines (WLS)
    • Active Trans Celebrates the Expansion of Bike-Share Into the 'Burbs
    • Steinberg Looks at divvy's Safety-in-Numbers Effect (Tribune)
    • DNA Asks Streetsblog for Our Take on the Rogers Park Bike Rack Designs
    • Tips on CTA Etiquette (CBS)

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