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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday

9:00 AM CDT on July 29, 2020

    • ATA looks at the impending return of e-scooters to Chicago
    • Southwest Side community leaders discuss COVID transportation issues (ATA)
    • William R. Schaafsma, 57, killed after driver blew red at Homan/Ogden (Sun-Times)
    • Man, 29, hospitalized in fair condition after being shot on bike in Chatham (Fox)
    • Pedestrian bridge along Fox River in Aurora may be replaced (Tribune)
    • There's still a Columbus statue in South Chicago (Sun-Times)
    • ATA member Jon Gottlieb achieves goal of biking 100,000 miles
    • John discussed the Mellow Chicago Bike Map on Outside the Loop Radio

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