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    • John Compares Candidates' Positions on Cams, BRT, Flyover, Road Diets & PBLs (Newcity)
    • Union Sues for Right to Pass Out Pro-Chuy Flyers in CTA Break Rooms (Sun-Times)
    • Another Contentious Public Meeting About Logan Square TOD Towers (Curbed)
    • 2nd Woman Dies Following Car-Truck Crash in McKinley Park (Sun-Times)
    • Man Dies After Experiencing "Physical Distress," Crashing Car in South Shore (Sun-Times)
    • Kevenides Explains Why Cyclist Who Was Doored by Cop Did Have the Right of Way
    • South Side Cyclists Want to See Divvy Service Expanded to Entire City (RedEye)
    • The Heat Is Off: CTA Shuts Down Rail Station Heaters for the Season (RedEye)
    • Meet Bike-Powered Business Urban Street Window Works (Medill)
    • Active Trans Seeking Volunteers for Bike the Drive
    • Steven Has Accepted a New Position as Spokesman for the National Motorists Association

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