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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, April 23

8:58 AM CDT on April 23, 2015

    • After Proposing Transit Cuts, Rauner Will Hit the Road to Promote Highway Construction (Pantagraph)
    • IL House Approves Measure to Ban Red Light Cams in Communities Not Under Home Rule (Tribune)
    • Metra Board Approves Contracts for High-Tech Safety System, Strategic Planning (Tribune)
    • Opening of Metra's New Edgewater Stop Pushed Back to 2017 (DNA)
    • Will County Seeking Input on Will Connects 2040 Transportation Plan (Active Trans)
    • Suspect in CTA Sexual Assault Turns Himself in After Seeing His Photo in the Media (Tribune)
    • 2 Chicago Police Squad Cars Struck During Traffic Dispute (Sun-Times)
    • Keating Comes Out Against Removal of Kinzie Protected Bike Lanes
    • Jacobsen's Divvy Data Challenge Entry Confirms Bike-Share Is Usually Faster Than CTA (Chicago)
    • MPC Hosts "Broke, Broken and Out of Time" Infrastructure Symposium May 13

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