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    • Members of Disabled Community Angry That Ride-Share Law Doesn't Require Accessibility (DNA)
    • Man Who Tried to Assault a Female Cyclist in Bridgeport Tried Again in Douglas (Trib, Sun-Times)
    • New Uber App Tracks Whether Drivers Are Speeding (Sun-Times)
    • Brown Line Service Resumes After Suspicious Package Investigation (Sun-Times)
    • Help Decide How the Cortland/Ashland Viaduct Will Be Made Over With Online Survey (DNA)
    • Lowered License Fee Means We May See More Produce Carts in Neighborhoods (DNA)
    • July Events on the Lakefront Trail (Active Trans)
    • Active Trans Will Host Meeting for Families of Crash Victims on 7/27

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