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    • RTA Chief Proposes RTA Should Have Veto Power Over Transit Agencies' Budgets (Sun-Times)
    • Blankenhorn Explains Why Commuting in Chicago Is Such a Drag (Chicago Mag)
    • U. of C's Obama Library Plan Includes Protected Bike Lanes on Stony Island (Sun-Times)
    • Signal Problems Near Belmont Causing CTA Delays (DNA)
    • BNSF Service Disrupted by Switch Problems (Sun-Times)
    • Former Chicago Bear Edward Dyko Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver While Cycling (NBC)
    • Police Ticket 84-Year-Old SUV Driver Who Critically Injured Teen in Chinatown (DNA)
    • Woman Rescues Man Who Fell Onto the Pink Line Tracks in Pilsen (DNA)
    • Developer Pays $9 Million for a Parking Lot, Plans to Use It as Parking for Now (Crain's)
    • Kevenides' Tips for Staying Safe & Legal While Biking on Snowy Winter Roads
    • What Was the Mysterious Black Liquid That Flooded Union Station? (Sun-Times)
    • With a Low of -4 Degrees, Today's a Great Day to Join Active Trans' Roll the Cold Challenge!

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