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    • Cahill: Lori Should Lobby for Transit Getting a Bigger Slice of Capital Bill Funding (Crain's)
    • Chicago Slips on Population but Is Still the Third Biggest U.S. City (Tribune)
    • After Dozens of Downtown Arrests on Recent Weekends CPD Plans to Beef up CTA Patrols (Tribune)
    • Driver Fatally Struck John Sutherland, 65, in Calumet City Tuesday (Sun-Times)
    • Police Officers Crash at 119th and Western While Pursuing Murder Suspects (CBS)
    • Monthly Metra Pass Owners to Get Unlimited Weekend Travel Outside Zones (CBS)
    • Small Fire at Union Station Yesterday Threatened to Impact Metra Service (NBC)
    • Amidst Bogus Riverwalk Bike Ban, Active Trans, Ross Barney Brainstorms Wacker Bike Route
    • Illinois Supreme Court Upholds Chicago's Food Truck Restrictions (Crain's)
    • Toney Barrington Is Renting Reserved Metra Parking Spots in for up to $1,200 a Year (Herald)
    • The Tribune Checks out Heritage Bicycles, J.C. Lind Bike Co., and Get a Grip Cycles

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