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9:00 AM CDT on October 17, 2013

    • Consultant Recommends Consolidating 4 Transit Agency Boards Into 1 Regional Board (Sun-Times)
    • Final CMAP Vote Today on the Illiana Tollway (Tribune)
    • Speed Cameras on "Faster Avenue" Seem to Be Doing Their Job (Sun-Times)
    • Central Figure in Metra Patronage Scandal Got Tailor-Made State Job (CBS)
    • Skokie: Garbage Truck Driver Had Right-of-Way Before Fatal Crash (Tribune)
    • Driver Fleeing Traffic Stop in Englewood Hits Pole, Injuring 4 (Tribune)
    • Flipped Truck Blocks Lanes of LSD (DNA)
    • City Council Approves Honorary Street Sign for Bobby Cann (RedEye)
    • Ventra Website Undergoing Maintenance This Week (RedEye)
    • Why Adams Street Near Union Station Should Be Pedestrianized (Transitized)

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