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9:35 AM CDT on July 22, 2014

    • Patchwork of Laws Has Made Bicycling on Sidewalk Habitual (Chicago Mag)
    • ...But Chicago Sidewalks Are Not For Bike Riding (Chicago Now)
    • ...Even Though Chicago Made Some Sidewalk Bicycling Legal Last Year (Illinois Bike Lawyer)
    • Curious City: Why There Are So Many Amish at Union Station (WBEZ)
    • Elderly Woman Delays CTA Bus For 7 Minutes While Searching for Fare (Tribune)
    • Increasing Traffic Congestion Cited As Reason for Bike Commute Growth (Medill)
    • 11-Year-Old Among 5 Dead in Two Crashes On I-55 (Tribune)
    • Brown Line Slow Zones Persist, So Switch To Red Line (RedEye)
    • Emanuel, Council Call on City Inspector To Investigate Red Light Camera Tickets (Tribune)
    • Cabbies Want To Raise Mileage and Waiting Fares To Prevent "Service Deterioration" (Sun-Times)

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