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    • Merchants Worried About Parking Conversions for Clybourn PBLs, But Spaces Are Underused (DNA)
    • Editorial: Carter's Sweet CTA Retirement Deal at 52 Is Symptom of Broken Pension System (Sun-Times)
    • Income Segregation & Long Commutes Hurt a City's Economy Overall (Chicago Mag)
    • Truck Driver Rear-Ends Car on I-55 Near Elwood, Killing 14-Year-Old Girl (Tribune)
    • Trucker Who Allegedly Fell Asleep on I-55, Injuring 14, Faces Multiple Charges (Tribune)
    • 4 Years After Crashing in Pothole Next to Tracks, Cyclist Wins $350K From Railroad (Keating)
    • LAZ Parking Executive Fired After Federal Allegations of Kickback Scheme (Sun-Times)
    • Letter: Now That the Illiana Is Almost Dead, Rauner Should Kill the Rte. 53 Extension (Herald)
    • The Sun-Times Catches Wind of the South Shore Line's Anti-Bike Policies
    • Active Trans Is Bringing Back Its Kids on Wheels Program for a Second Year
    • Montrose Beach Accommodates 35K People With Zero Parking for Mumford & Sons (DNA)
    • Community Meeting Tonight at 5 p.m. to Discuss North Red Line Station Closures (DNA)

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