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One rider loves the CTA so much, she wrote a poem about it

We don’t always publish poems, but when we do, they’re about the CTA (and give RedEye a shoutout woot woot). Reader Elaine Reich sent us a poem she wrote about her observations of a CTA train, and we thought you might enjoy reading it, too. City of the Train These are my people I am one of them...
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