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Today’s Headlines

9:13 AM CDT on October 3, 2013

    • After Crash, NTSB Considers Emergency Recommendations to the CTA (Tribune)
    • Passenger Files First Lawsuit After Blue Line Wreck (Sun-Times)
    • City Plans to Bring 4-G Wireless to 12 Miles of Chicago Subway (DNA)
    • Former CTA Manager John Plante Tapped for Metra Board (Sun-Times)
    • Walgreens Plans to Install Ventra Machines in the Coming Weeks (RedEye)
    • Emanuel: Red Light Cameras Removed at 18 Intersections "Were No Longer Needed" (DNA)
    • Osterman Questions Removal of Red Light Camera at Hollywood and Sheridan (DNA)
    • Red Light Cam at Belmont/LSD Drew The Most Tickets in Early 2013 (DNA)
    • Despite Gains, Driving Still Twice as Popular as Transit or Biking Among Millennials (Crain's)
    • To Help Case for South Shore Access, LAB Makes Chart of Bikes-on-Board Policies
    • Is it Foolish to Ride a Divvy Without a Helmet? (Sun-Times)
    • Green Machine Cycles Opens at 1634 W. Montrose With Focus on Cargo Bikes (Patch)

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