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9:00 AM CST on December 15, 2014

    • Quigley: $1.1 Trillion in New Federal Spending Will Help Chicago Transit Projects (Tribune)
    • Metra Pushing for $1 Billion Project to Address Bottleneck on SW Side (Daily Herald)
    • The Engineering Firm Behind the LSD Overhaul Specializes in Road Expansion (Transitized)
    • 17-Year-Old Pedestrian Critically Injured in Hinsdale Metra Crash (Tribune)
    • Metra Service Suspended After Allegedly Drunk Trucker Crashes Into Electrical Pillar (Tribune)
    • Officer, Civilian Injured in Back of the Yards Crash (RedEye)
    • UIC's Obama Library Proposal Calls for Capping the Ike (DNA)
    • CTA Is Donating 30 Retired Buses to Downstate Transit Systems (CBS)
    • During Damen Stop Closure, Merchants Have Learned How Important 'L' Is for Sales (DNA)
    • Etiquette Education Would Go a Long Way Towards Making Lakefront Trail Safer (Chicagoist)

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