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Today’s Headlines for Monday, September 10

8:54 AM CDT on September 10, 2018

    • Rauner Signs Bill Requiring K-8 Schools to Provide Bike/Ped Education (Active Trans)
    • Male Cyclist, 59, Killed in Zion Friday -- 4th Serious or Fatal Bike Crash Last Week (Tribune)
    • Delayed DUI Test, No Ticket After Pickup Driver Killed Teen Near Rockford (Tribune)
    • A Refresher on Laws Drivers Need to Obey to Safely Coexist With Cyclists (Ridge 99)
    • Cops Charged With Taking Bribes to Give Crash Data to Attorney Referral Service (Tribune)
    • The Sun-Times Looks at the 31st Street Bus Route's New Lease on Life
    • Rauner Lifts Road Weight Limit for Market-Bound Crop Haulers (Associated Press)
    • Should Chicago Annex Its Struggling Inner-Ring Suburbs? (Chicago Magazine)
    • "One Toke Over the [Express] Line": Musk Speaks Bluntly About His O'Hare Plan (Reader)
    • TOD With 24 Units, 7 Spots Ready to Rise by the Southport Brown Line Stop (Curbed)
    • Divvy's #StallFall Campaign Offers Free Summer Schwag From Cargo Trikes (Block Club)
    • Cargo Bikes, Divvies, Unicycles, Etc. Encouraged to Race in 9/29 HAC Cyclocross Race

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