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A retired CDOT traffic engineer has broken ranks with his former colleagues and has come out as a harsh critic of the proposed $160 million Ashland Bus Rapid Transit project. The engineer submitted a ten page letter to the CTA detailing his objections, warning that the project could be a "dagger in the heart of Chicago". Hey, it's not like the CTA has ever rolled anything out that made transit conditions worse for commuters, right? [Sun-Times]