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9:21 AM CDT on June 10, 2014

    • Active Trans Report Finds Chicago Averages 125K Bike Trips Per Day (Sun-Times)
    • Business Owners Fret Over Kennedy Road Work, CTA & Metra Adding Service (RedEye)
    • Cubs Must Bring Plan for New Remote Lot Before Zoning Board (Tribune)
    • Bronzeville Bike Builder Gives Away 500 Bikes to Kids (Active Trans)
    • CTA Plans to Add E-Cigarettes to Smoking Ban (RedEye)
    • Kickstarter Launched to Help Fund Idea for Island Near Erie Street (Tribune)
    • Cyclist Wins Settlement After She Was Injured by a Cop on LFT, Then Ticketed (FK Law)
    • Bolingbrook Bicyclist Hit & Dragged 50 Feet Wins Settlement (Keating)
    • Construction of Anti-Homeless Barriers Underway in Avondale Viaduct (DNA)
    • Chicago's Loop Pedicab Ban Reflects City's Tendancy to Over-Regulate (Tribune)
    • Police Sting Nabs Suspected Evanston Bike Thieves (NBC)
    • Bike Commuter Challenge Offers a Slew of Pit Stops & Happy Hours (DNA)

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