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9:16 AM CDT on August 14, 2015

    • Frustrated With the Slow Progress of Infrastructure Trust, Emanuel Is Rebooting It (Tribune)
    • Tunney: Belmont/Clark TOD Will Improve Safety by Putting More Eyes on the Street (DNA)
    • Local Megabus Drivers Threaten to Go on Strike (Crain's)
    • TransitCenter Report Details How Transpo Advocates Influenced Chicago Policy (Active Trans)
    • Aurora Woman Who Killed a Couple With Her Car Is Fighting to Get Out of Jail (Herald)
    • Man Convicted of 3rd DUI: "I Made One Gigantic Bad Decision" (Herald)
    • Letter: If I Had Struck That Cyclist While Turning Right in My Car, Whose Fault Would It Be?
    • Bike Advocate Bob Kastigar Featured in Tribune Article on Why Seniors Are Taking Up Cycling
    • Metra Southwest Service Trains Delayed by Track Fire (Tribune)
    • Metra Board Member for McHenry County Is Stepping Down (Tribune)
    • CTA Warns of Nighttime Noise During Construction on Red Line in Uptown (DNA)
    • String of Car Burglaries at South Side Metra Stations (Sun-Times)

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