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    • With Its First Strategic Plan in the Works, Metra Is Finally Looking Towards the Future (Next City)
    • RTA's Regional Report Card Finds Transit Ridership Is Up, But New Capital Funding Is Down (Tattler)
    • Metra Fare Hikes Are Proof That We Need to Reboot Regional Transit Funding (Active Trans)
    • With Damen Station Closed, Commuters Scurry to Find Alternatives (RedEye, DNA)
    • Police: Doctor Killed in Naperville Collision With Unlicensed Driver Who Failed to Yield (Tribune)
    • Fioretti & Sun-Times Erroneously State That City "Lowered the Length of Yellow Lights"
    • Keating: Thanks to Witnesses, Police Were Able to Find Driver Who Right-Hooked Cyclist Near UIC
    • One Weird Trick for Solving Ventra Fare Disputes on CTA Buses (RedEye)
    • Chicago Drivers Would Save Money by Switching to Ride-Share Plus Transit or Biking (Sun-Times)
    • Color-Coded Map Highlights Chicago Nearly Unrelenting Street Grid (Data Pointed)
    • Meeting Tonight at 6:30 at Spertus to Brainstorm Museum Campus Transportation Ideas (Tribune)

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