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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 13

    • ATA endorses permanent scooter program, calls for citywide protected bike/scooter lane network
    • More coverage of the upcoming e-scooter ordinance vote (Tribune, CBS)
    • More coverage of Equiticity's "Biking Where Black" study (Tribune, The Hill)
    • 2 potential buyers for Thompson Center submitted proposals to the state, no word on demolition (Patch)
    • Person in car shot and critically wounded boy, 15, on bike in Gage Park (Sun-Times)
    • Person steals an ambulance in Humboldt Park, strikes cyclist, causing minor injuries (ABC)
    • Driver charged with DUI for June crash in Lisle that injured 5 children and left a baby dead (Tribune)
    • Semi driver gets vehicle stuck beneath Red Line tracks at Sheridan station (Tribune)
    • Community meeting tonight at 6 PM to discuss Lincoln Ave. plaza and streetscape project
    • Streetsblog Chicago meetup 6-8 PM tonight at Handlebar, 2311 W. North in Wicker Park

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