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8:55 AM CDT on October 1, 2014

    • CTA Plans to Rehab Forest Park Branch; IDOT Wants to Expand the Ike (Oak Park)
    • Residents Weigh in on the Wilson Red Line Rehab; Construction Starts This Month (RedEye)
    • The Past, Present, and Future of the Wilson Stop (RedEye)
    • Emanuel Proposes Taxi Reforms, But Fare Hikes Won't Come Until After Election (Sun-Times)
    • Rahm Will Likely Tout Long List of CTA Achievements in Upcoming Election (Tattler)
    • An In-Depth Look at Metra Pedestrian Fatalities (WBEZ)
    • Paid Sundays Return to Lakeview; Meter Stickers Explain Why (Expired Meter)
    • Months After Pedicab Ordinance Passed, City Has Only Issued 15 Vehicle Licenses (Sun-Times)
    • Puplic Art Project Planned for Purple Line's Davis Stop (Northwestern)
    • Final 4 Bike Rack Designs in Rogers Park Contest Look Pretty, But Not Functional (DNA)
    • Cleanup Planned for Viaduct and Mural Under Metra Tracks in Edgebrook (DNA)
    • After 4-Month Hiatus, LGRAB Is Back, With Musings on Autumn Bike Commuting

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