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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 4

8:55 AM CDT on October 4, 2016

    • More Coverage of the Memorial for Anastasia Kondrasheva (DNA, WLS)
    • 4 Days After Kondrasheva's Death, Tribune Published Another Bike Backlash Piece
    • Husband of Cyclist Killed in Mt. Prospect: Slow Investigation Process Is "Torture" (Tribune)
    • Support Flows in for Danielle Palagi, Who Lost Foot After Bike/Truck Crash (Tribune)
    • GoFundMe Launched for Victor Noriega, Nearly Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver (DNA)
    • The Price of Clear Bike Lanes Is Eternal Vigilance (Klest Law)
    • Glowacz: Let's Fix All the Non-Buffered Lanes Before Building More PBLs (
    • Manor Greenway Test Inspires Anonymous NIMBY & Parody Twitter Profiles
    • CTA Is Testing Hard-Back Seats, Which May Be More Hygenic (DNA)
    • Cheap Ride-Share Provides Competition for the CTA (Tribune)
    • Metra Launches "Keep Your Selfies Safe" Rail Safety Poster & Essay Contest
    • National Shared Mobility Summit 10/17-19 Includes Union Station & Divvy Tours

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