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    • Hit-and-Run Driver Injured West Ridge Man, 61, on Fourth of July  (DNA)
    • 3 Injured in CTA Bus/SUV Crash in North Lawndale (Sun-Times)
    • New Transit TIF Law Can Help Fund Red/Purple Work & Union Station Projects (MPC)
    • Chicago Tribune Looks at the Transit TIF Legislation
    • Work on Metra's Ravinia Station Is Complete (Sun-Times)
    • Active Trans Provides a Recap of the Cycle of Peace Bike Giveaway
    • No Surprise: Chicago's Busiest Biking Streets Have the Highest Number of Doorings (Klest)
    • Steven Helped Create "PBR," an App That Recommends Low-Stress Bike Routes (Chicago Inno)
    • 7/14 Urban Think & Drink: Why Is Minneapolis Growing Faster Than Chicago? (MPC)
    • Beverly Hills Cycling Classic Takes Place July 15 (Tribune)
    • MWHSRA Hosts Brown Bag With Train Manufacturer on July 26

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