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8:58 AM CDT on October 9, 2013

    • Sources: Emanuel's Appointee to CMAP Board Will Vote Against the Illiana (Tribune)
    • Editorial: Don't Build the Illiana (Sun-Times)
    • Drivers Would Get Access to Woonerf But They're Still Balking About Lost Parking (DNA)
    • Public Meetings to Be Held on Art for 95th Street Red Line Station (RedEye, CBJ)
    • CTA Aska Board to Permanently Extend 31st/35th Street Bus Route (RedEye)
    • Owners of Dogs That Caused Fatal Bike Crash Fled the Scene (Kevenides)
    • Trial Opens For Driver Who Killed Two People During 100 mph Street Race (Tribune)
    • Driver Who Provided False Contact Info in Logan Square Bike Crash Identified (Keating)
    • Several Metra Crossings in Niles Will Be Closed for Track Repairs (DNA)
    • Waguespack Say City Workers Staffing Safe Passage Routes Is a Waste of Resources (DNA)
    • Happy Bike and Walk to School Day (CBS)
    • Tiny Fix Bake Sale This Sunday to Raise Funds for Bicycle Accident Report Cards

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