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Today’s Headlines for Monday, September 9

    • Bus driver who racked up 12+ tickets fired, sued after injuring cyclist in River North (WTTW)
    • Videos show attempted traffic stop that led to fatal Englewood vehicle crash (Sun-Times)
    • CNT's Jacky Grimshaw praises the CTA's equity efforts in a letter to the Sun-Times
    • After moms shame CTA by making their own pregnancy buttons, CTA finally releases theirs (Tribune)
    • The Tribune looks at the Dickens Avenue neighborhood greenway controversy
    • Curbed recommends low-stress paces to ride a bike in Chicago
    • City closes Taurus flavors, home of the "Sweet Steak" after driver struck it (Sun-Times)
    • Roll N Peace bike ride this Friday 9/13, 6 PM at the Ashland/63rd Green Line station
    • "Motherload" doc on family cycling, including cameos by Chicagoans, screens 9/27 at Constellation

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

– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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