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    • Despite Police Claim, Trust for Public Land Says 24/7 Commuting on The 606 Is Legal (DNA)
    • Toronto's Low-Ridership Airport Express is a Cautionary Tale for Chicago (Crains)
    • CTA Will Announce Who Won $2B Rail Car Contract at Tomorrow's Board Meeting (Crain's)
    • Durbin, Kirk, and Lipinski Get Behind Movement to Unblock 19th Ward RR Crossing (DNA)
    • Jason Gonzales, Another Rauner-Backed Democrat, Grandstands Against Traffic Cams (YouTube)
    • Active Trans: Send a Letter to Your State Rep Asking Them to Support Safe Routes Funding
    • Demand for Single-Family Homes Is Depopulating North Side Neighborhoods (WBEZ)
    • Trunk Driving: Intoxicated Motorist Pulled Over With Tree Embedded in Hood of Car (Sun-Times)
    • New Play "Ride" Looks at the Aftermath When a Bike Shop Owner Is Fatally Struck (Active Trans)
    • Hearing in the Cann Case This Friday, 11 a.m. at 26th and California, Rm. 301 (The Chainlink)
    • West Town Bikes Hosts Annual "Heels on Wheels" Fundraiser for Girls Bike Club on 3/26 at Intuit

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