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    • After 16 Suicides This Year, Metra Announces New Prevention Effort (Tribune)
    • Unlicensed Van Driver Killed Carlos Hernandez, 45, in Little Village (Tribune)
    • Driver Strikes 2 Pedestrians in Alsip, Killing Matthew O'Callaghan, 64 (NBC)
    • Video (Warning: Graphic) of Cyclist, 32, Critically Injured at Roosevelt/Halsted (DNA)
    • Scheinfeld Discusses Traffic Management Strategy for Pedestrianizing Cornell Drive (DNA)
    • A Roundup of Recent and Upcoming Bikeways (Active Trans)
    • The Tribune Looks at How the RTA's Paratransit System Functions
    • CBCAC Gets $40K to Make Chinatown More Pedestrian Friendly (DNA)
    • Active Trans: We Hope Lyft's New Shuttle Service Doesn't Compete With CTA (DNA)
    • 3 recent Robberies of Cyclists on the West End of the Bloomingdale Trail (DNA)
    • How Will We Fund a Citywide Riverfront Trail? (Active Trans)
    • Homeowner's Association Donates 1/4-Mile Stretch of Land for Riverfront Bike Trail (DNA)

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