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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 23

    • CMAP, ATA, and other groups unveil proposal for $27M Lake Calumet bike/ped bridge (Block Club)
    • More coverage of CDOT's current 100-mile bike lane push (Sun-Times, NBC, CBS)
    • A driver crashed through a guardrail on the Eisenhower in suburban Hillside (NBC)
    • Two Metra police officers stop fleeing man from jumping off bridge in Blue Island (Fox)
    • Man gets fined $500 for chopping up a Brighton Park alley speed hump with a pick axe (Block Club)
    • Loyola Phoenix: Wear a mask on the CTA, or else get off the train or bus
    • National Road Safety Foundation and Chicago Auto Show hold safety PSA contest for teens

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