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    • Chicago Issues First City Ride-Share Licenses to Lyft & Sidecar (Tribune)
    • Taxi Industry Wants to Override Quinn's Veto of Ride-Share Regulations (Sun-Times)
    • Tribune Editorial Praises CTA Fiscal Policies & Infra Improvements, Slams Ashland BRT Plan
    • Boosters Propose [Cough] "Sustainable Transportation Fund" to Bankroll Route 53 Extension (Tribune)
    • Yesterday's Bus Barbecue Shut Down the Southbound Drive for Several Hours (Tribune)
    • Uber Jacked Up Prices During Tuesday's Transit Meltdown (DNA)
    • Chicago Ranked Silver Again, Several 'Burbs Join Bike Friendly Communities List (Bike League)
    • Starting Next Week, Metra Is Tweaking Schedules for 2 of Its Union Pacific Lines (Tribune)
    • IDOT Announces 2014 Funding Awards for Safe Routes to School (Active Trans)
    • IL Supreme Court Will Rule on Red Light Cam Lawsuit on Thursday (Expired Meter)
    • Robbery Suspects Fleeing Cops Crash Car Into Alsip Living Room (RedEye)
    • Thieves Smash Car Into Louis Vuitton Store & Bag Expensive Merchandise (Northbrook Star)

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