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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 6

8:56 AM CDT on September 6, 2016

    • Tribune Comes Out Against Amendment Against Diverting Transportation Revenue
    • After Misguided Editorial on Bike Deaths, Clueless Op-Ed on Teen Driving From the Tribune
    • Active Trans, Chainlink Discuss the Victim-Blaming Trib Piece on Bike Fatalities (Chicagoist)
    • Dorval Carter, MarySue Barnett, Juanita Irizarry Make Crain's Who's Who List
    • Why Is It So Hard to Get Data on Ride-Share & Taxi Crashes (RedEye)
    • During Closure of Foster From Cicero to Pulaski, CTA Buses Will Run on Peterson (DNA)
    • Commuter Loves Quiet Morning Rides in Lake St. PBLs, Hates the Poor Maintenance (DNA)
    • Forest Preserve: N. Branch Trail Extension Isn't Open Yet So Don't Ride on It (DNA)
    • In "CTA Project" Video, Transit Riders Share Their Life Lessons (DNA)
    • Owner Wants a Million Dollars for a 3-Bedroom Loft Next to the Bloomingdale Trail (DNA)
    • Insurance Company Stages Crash With a Pokemon: "Don't Catch & Drive" (Claims Journal)
    • Southside Critical Mass Happens Friday 9/16 6:30 at Cole PArk, 85th & King

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