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    • Fraudulent Use of Free & Reduced Fare Cards Has Cost the CTA $6.5 Million (RedEye)
    • Rauner Signs Bill Reappropriating Money for Road Construction (Sun-Times)
    • Protester Claim's Driver in Rauner's Entourage Purposely Struck His Arm (Tribune)
    • Evanston Officials Ride the Purple Line to Gauge Interest in Extended Hours (Tribune)
    • 62-Year-Old Man Killed in single-Car Crash in Burnside Neighborhood (Tribune)
    • Big Chunks of Concrete Are Falling From LSD's Lawrence Bridge (Uptown Update)
    • CDOT Releases Spring 2015 Bike Count Report
    • 10 Pieces of Public Art Are Coming to Clark Street (DNA)
    • Parking Lot of Shuttered West Ridge Movie Theater Is Being Transformed Into a Park (DNA)
    • How Bike Lawyer (& SBC Sponsor) Jim Freeman Found His Calling (Crain's)
    • Heritage Bikes Owner Shares Some of His Favorite Cycling Destinations (Michigan Avenue)

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