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    • IL Environmental Groups File Federal Lawsuit to Stop the Illiana Tollway (Tribune)
    • Stakeholders Agree: The Finkl Plan Has to Include Better Transportation Access (DNA)
    • Mastercard CEO at Chicago Forum on Global Cities: "Transit & Transport Is Priority #1" (Forbes)
    • Teen Who Was Serving Probation After Deadly Crash Indicted on Escape Charges (Tribune)
    • Lake County DUI Sting Leads to 6 Arrests, 179 Tickets (Tribune)
    • Hearing on the Bobby Cann Case Scheduled for Tuesday at 10 a.m. (The Chainlink)
    • Reuters: Amtrak's Empire Builder Line Shows Why the System Is in Financial Trouble
    • Lakeview Homeowners Say Indecision Over Belmont Flyover Has Them in Limbo (Crains)
    • DNA Poll, Inspired by CTA Courtesy Campaign, Finds Not Offering  Seats Is the Biggest Problem
    • Here's the 2015 Kidical Mass Lincoln Park Schedule, Starting With Spring Zing on May 30 (BWLP)
    • A Roundup of Scenic Chicagoland Bike Trails (Pure Wow)
    • Got a Rack or Basket on Your Bike? Help Chicago Win #Everydaybiking Crown (Active Trans)

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