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9:17 AM CDT on October 4, 2013

    • Waguespack Suggests Watering Down Depaul's Proposal to Pedestrianize Kenmore (DNA)
    • Ventra Now Accounts for 1 in 3 Rides; Chicago Card Recharging Ends Monday (Tribune)
    • Why Is the CTA Mailing Individuals Hundreds of Ventra Cards? (RedEye)
    • City Delays Ticketing for Speed Camera Violations (DNA)
    • North Shore Police Support Ban on Using Handheld Devices While Driving (Tribune)
    • Illinois Appellate Court Rules Cyclists Are Not Intentional Users of Alleys (Kevenides)
    • Alderman O'Shea Calls for Crackdown on Dangerous Driving in Funeral Processions (DNA)
    • CDOT Releases Sustainable Urban Infrastructure Guidelines
    • Riders React to Plans for Better Subway Internet Access (RedEye)
    • Keating's Take on the New Census Bicycle Data
    • Bike for Booze Rides on October 5 and 19 Raise Money for Active Trans (Active Trans)
    • Video: Produce Used to Test Effectiveness of Bike Helmets (Active Trans)

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