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    • CDOT Says They're Working on Recovering $1.5 Billion in Overdue Tickets (Expired Meter)
    • CDOT Considering Whether to Restore Stretch of 57th in Hyde Park to a 2-Way Street (DNA)
    • Man Who Heroically Jumped on 'L' Tracks to Save Woman Never Got to Meet Her (DNA)
    • Repaving of Damen Between Diversey & Belmont Starts Tomorrow (DNA)
    • Overnight Parking Ban Ends, Street Sweeping Begins (Expired Meter)
    • Women Bike Chicago Symposium Takes Place April 18 in Dvorak Park (Active Trans)

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