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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM CDT on August 16, 2013

    • Quinn Names a Panel to Reform Regional Transit, Which Is a Tall Order (Crain's, ABC)
    • Governor Wants to Eliminate Salaries for Transit Board Members (Sun-Times)
    • Red Line Rehab Is Chugging Along (CBS)
    • Woman Gardening Killed When Boy Gets in Driver's Seat, Accidentally Hits Gas (NBC)
    • Businesses Say They're Opening on Ashland to Take Advantage of BRT (Patch)
    • August 20 Workshop Will Brainstorm Ways to Make Clark More People-Friendly (DNA)
    • Blackhawks Parade Was CTA's Second-Highest Ridership Day (RedEye)
    • Ventra Info Session in Boystown Wednesday (DNA)
    • Ventra Twitter Feed Gets "Hashjacked" (DNA)
    • Active Trans PSA Uses Emoticons to Highlight Danger of Distracted Driving (Active Trans)

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