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Today’s Headlines for Monday, October 5

    • ATA's Rynell: As Divvy expands, we need a network of protected bike lanes (Crain's)
    • Metra’s 3 Union Pacific lines will have manned ticket verification booths at Ogilvie (Tribune)
    • Driver fatally struck male cyclist near North Shore Bike Path in Libertyville (ABC)
    • Woman, 66, taking motorcycle training course at suburban Harper College dies in crash (NBC)
    • Man charged with shooting another man, 25 in the abdomen 9/24 on 63rd Red platform (Sun-Times)
    • West Town bar owners petition neighbors to support speed bumps on Erie and Noble (Block Club)
    • Track problems disrupted Brown Line service Saturday morning in Lincoln Square (Sun-Times)
    • NW Side affordable housing proposal tests Lightfoot’s resolve on aldermanic privilege (Block Club)
    • Bike lending library started in North Lawndale shipping container (Block Club)
    • St. Charles bike ride series raises money for local charities (Tribune)

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