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    • Businesses Brace Themselves for the Years-Long Closures of North Red Line Stations (DNA)
    • South Side & Southland Commuters Frustrated by Lack of 24-Hour Pace Bus Service (Tribune)
    • Police Seeking Driver Who Seriously Injured Cyclist in Bucktown and Fled (DNA)
    • Inbound UP-Northwest Trains Delayed After Trucker Crashes Into Viaduct (Sun Times)
    • Driver Collides With 2 Cars, Arts & Crafts Store in North Riverside (NBC)
    • County Health Department, Active Trans Provide Free Complete Streets Technical Advice to 'Burbs
    • Loop Link BRT Could Help Fuel Downtown Renaissance (Chicago Advocate)
    • Take a Bike Ride Down Car-Free Cortland to Check Out the Demolition of the Finkl Plant (DNA)
    • Rash of Manhole Cover Thefts Along Longan Boulevard (DNA)
    • Taste of Wheaton Food Fest Offering Valet Bike Parking This Saturday (Tribune)
    • Full Schedule of Opening Weekend Events for the Bl0omingdale Trail (606)

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