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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 1

9:38 AM CDT on October 1, 2019

    • Sun-Times editorial: Let's make LSD "faster and safer" -- no mention of making it less car-centric
    • Ald. Rossana Rodriguez wants to speed up bus service in the 33rd Ward (Active Trans)
    • 50 people joined Active Trans on a walk along the S. branch of the river to discuss planning issues
    • CTA bus driver, 3 passengers injured after driver swerved across traffic, hit tree on LSD (ABC)
    • Morton Grove, Skokie, Niles move ahead on design for biking, walking path (Tribune)
    • Update on the Guano War at the Irving Park stop: Wisniewski talks with rogue pigeon feeder (Tribune)
    • "Robot car language" was appropriate for reports on this catering truck/plane near-miss at O'Hare (USA Today)
    • VeoRide offers a 20% discount on scooter rentals if you take a selfie in a helmet (Block Club)
    • Free rides around the Loop today on vintage CTA cars to celebrate agency's 72nd anniversary (Block Club)

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Thanks for your support, and enjoy your autumn.

– John Greenfield, editor, Streetsblog Chicago

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