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    • CDOT: After 3.2 Million Rides, There Have Only Been 18 Divvy Crashes (DNA)
    • What Do Commuters Think About the New Cermak-McCormick Green Line Station? (RedEye)
    • Driver Who Blew Light in Crystal Lake, Seriously Injuring Man, Charged With DUI (Sun-Times)
    • 43rd Ward Candidates' Responses to Transpo Survey From Active Trans & BWLP (DNA)
    • Sawyer, Emanuel Propose Alternate Side Parking to Expedite Side Street Plowing (NBC)
    • Marketing Profs Skeptical That Ad Campaign Will Convince Drivers to Switch Modes (RedEye)
    • CTA Courtesy Campaign to Target Littering, Loud Cell Phones, and Space Hogging (Sun-Times)
    • Fact-Checking Uber's Claims That the Service Benefits Drivers and Riders (TouchVision)
    • Evanston Workshop Encourages Seniors to get "Back in the Saddle Again" (Tribune)
    • Video: Kevenides Blazes a Trail Through Snow-Clogged PBLs During Last Week's Blizzard
    • Fort Lauderdale-Themed Bus Shelter Brings the Beach to State and Adams (DNA)

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Due to a funding shortfall, Streetsblog Chicago has suspended publication of orginal articles. Please see Streetsblog Editor-in-Chief Ben Fried’s message about the hiatus, and my post about the effort the revive the site via local fundraising. In the meantime, I am continuing to produce Today’s Headlines on a volunteer basis as a service to readers.

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