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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, September 4

    • 4 men wounded in shooting outside the King Driver Green Line station (ABC)
    • $1M bail for driver charged with death of Danielle Thomas, 16, in Wauconda (Sun-Times)
    • BuzzFeed looks at how on-demand culture endangers pedestrians, including the Telesfora Escamilla case
    • Debris on tracks delayed Yellow Line trains yesterday (Sun-Times)
    • Bronzeville residents say the new ped bridge is lowering property values by encouraging loitering (CBS)
    • Sun-Times looks at Divvy's plan to partner with West Town, Blackstone, SAFER on jobs for youth
    • Curbed looks at the controversy over the Dickens Avenue neighborhood greenway
    • Mayor's Bike Advisory Council meeting this Thursday 3-4:30 PM at City Hall (Chainlink)

I’d like to give a big thanks to everyone who has donated so far this year to help us raise $50K by our December 1 deadline in order to win the $50K challenge grant from the Chicago Community Trust. Can you help us win the grant by chipping in? You can make a tax-exempt donation here.

Thanks for your support, and enjoy the rest of your summer.

– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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