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8:57 AM CDT on July 9, 2014

    • LSD Hearing Attendees Want Slower Speeds, Better Ped, Bike & Transit Access (Tribune, DNA)
    • Letter: How About Turning the Drive Into a Toll Road? (Tribune)
    • Suburban Driver Accused of DUI, Hit-and-Run After Motorcyclist Killed in Jeff Park (DNA)
    • Senior Dies After Crashing His Car Into a Pole in Norwood Park (DNA)
    • Community Org: Pedestrianizing Argyle for Night Market Has Helped Local Businesses (DNA)
    • Another Clueless Article on Street Reconfigurations, This Time Taylor, From the Gazette
    • Chicago's Pedicab Ordinance Is the Most Restrictive in the Nation (HuffPo)
    • During Construction, O'Hare People Mover Won't Serve Parking Lots (Tribune)
    • Steven Will Dig This: DuPage County Releases Smartphone App for Biking (Active Trans)
    • Tour de Fat Is This Saturday (DNA) -- Enter SBC's "Commuter Idyll" Contest Today to Win VIP Passes
    • Cartoon: CTA Bus Driver Puts Out Good Vibes (RedEye)

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