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Today’s Headlines

8:57 AM CDT on July 18, 2014

    • Tribune Investigation: Red Light Cams Unfairly Tickets 1000s of Drivers
    • Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Over Tickets Issued by Redflex Cams (DNA)
    • Editorial: To Be a World-Class City, Chicago Must Have First-Rate Transit (Sun-Times)
    • 2 Years After Big Fare Hike, Metra Board Will Discuss Raising Ticket Prices Again (Tribune)
    • City Officials Trying to Ease Tensions Between Cops & Parking Enforcement Aides (DNA)
    • Cams Show That Orange Line Train Robbers Had Been Riding All Day (Tribune)
    • Stretch of Damen in Bucktown Will Close Saturday for Bloomingdale Construction (DNA)
    • The Brown Line Is the Slowest It's Been in Nearly 2 Years (RedEye)
    • CTA Installing New Digital Displays for Train Tracker Info & Ads at 10 Stations (RedEye)
    • Plans for Cafes at Blue Line Stations Canceled Due to Renovation Project (DNA)
    • Chicago Team Hopes to Win Urban Bike Design Contest; Kickoff Part Next Week (Tribune)
    • Sign an Active Trans Petition to Support the Transit Future Funding Campaign

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