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    • CDOT Reaches For "Low-Hanging Fruit" in Museum Campus Plan: Divvy, Shuttle Buses, Cabs (Crain's)
    • Updated Maps Show How Chicago Neighborhoods Commuted in 2013 (Transitized)
    • Trib Readers Demand More Potties at Union Station (Tribune)
    • Millennium Park Cycle Center Asks: Where Should We Build Next? (Chainlink)
    • CTA, Pace, Metra Sign $5.4 Million Contract With Cubic For Ventra App (PRWeb)
    • Kamin: "Meandering Pathways, Undulating Topography" Among Maggie Daley Park's Charms (Tribune)
    • No Drive-Thru Here: Even McDonald's Opening Office in Transit-Rich River North (Crain's)
    • CTA Tests Out New Rat Poison (ABC)
    • MTV's "Real World" Says CTA "Really Easy to Work With," Really Shows Off Divvy (Tribune)

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