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8:40 AM CDT on June 19, 2013

    • CDOT's Leah Treat Picked For Portland, OR, Transportation Chief (Bike Portland)
    • Bloomingdale Plans Include Events Center and Skate Park (DNA)
    • CTA Blames Revenue Drop on Higher 7-Day Pass Prices (Whale)
    • CTA Unveils Art Destined for 7 Red Line Stations (Tribune)
    • Police Issue Vehicle Description for Driver Who Killed Carissa Hinz (Tribune)
    • Sauk Village Couple Wakes Up to Car in Bedroom (Sun-Times)
    • Report: 9 Percent of Illinois Bridges Are Structurally Deficient (Sun-Times)
    • Bike Cops Apprehend Man Who Knocked Over Woman on Crutches (CBS)
    • Alderman Foulkes Leading Englewood Bike Tour This Saturday (RedEye)
    • Hooray! Push-to-Walk Button Removed at Leland/Ashland (Transitized)
    • Blogger: Vote No on Pro-Transit, Pro-Bike Foxx As Protest Against Cars (LTMB)

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