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    • Employees at Metra Car Manufacturer Claim Working Conditions Are Unsafe (Tribune)
    • Cyclist Dies a Few Weeks After Being Struck by 89-Year-Old Driver (Sun-Times)
    • 2 Women Seriously Injured in Wrong-Way Crash on the Stevenson (RedEye)
    • The Long-Awaited Cal-Sag Trail Is Finally Becoming a Reality (City Lab)
    • Jeff Park Transit Center Will Get New Crosswalk as Part of Blue Line Rehab (DNA)
    • Thursday Was the Last Day for Input on the Chicago Museum Campus Plan
    • Tinley Park Ditches RedFlex, May Increase Number of Red Light Cams (Tribune)
    • What Happened to the Riverwalk Construction Barge That Sunk Last Month? (Sun-Times)
    • Graffiti Removal Is Most Common Along the Orange, Pink & Blue Lines (Curbed)
    • Bike-Powered Compost Collection Service Launched on the South Side (DNA)
    • Jim's Original Stand Is Being Displaced By 95th Red Line Stop Construction (DNA)

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