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    • Rauner's Selection of Blankenhorn for IDOT Chief "Is a Sign the Illiana Is Toast" (Crain's)
    • Southland Leaders React to the News That Blankenhorn May Lead IDOT (Herald-News)
    • Nearly 50 Candidates Have Signed Pledge to Abolish Traffic Cameras (Expired Meter)
    • On the Way Out, Quinn Signs Bill That May Allow Surge Pricing by Cabbies (DNA)
    • WBEZ Explores the Question: When Is the Worst Time to Be on Chicago Roads?
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Senior in Morton Grove (NBC)
    • Driver, Passenger Hospitalized After Single-Car Crash in Lemont (Tribune)
    • Fire on Tracks Delays Red Line Train Near Roosevelt (Sun-Times)
    • The Obama Library Could Be a Shot in the Arm for South or West Side Transit (RedEye)
    • First There Was Go Bronzeville & Go Pilsen, Now CDOT Rolls Out Go Albany Park (DNA)
    • Milwaukee PBLs Surface as a Campaign Issue in 1st Ward Debate (Logan Squarist)
    • Steven Vance Weighs in on Proposals for New Goose Island Bike-Ped Bridges (Curbed)

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