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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, August 11

9:12 AM CDT on August 11, 2015

    • CTA buying 125 New Buses to Replace the Oldest Vehicles in Its Fleet (Tribune)
    • Police Seeking Driver Who Seriously Injured Pedestrian in Vernon Hills (Tribune)
    • Woman Fights to Recover After an Allegedly Drunk Driver Struck Her Car (Tribune)
    • More Details on How the South Shore Line's Bikes-on-Trains Pilot Will Work (SBT)
    • After Backlash From Students & Parents, CPS Shelves Plan to Move Back Bell Times (DNA)
    • Temporary Overnight Closures of 2 LSD Lanes for Navy Pier Flyover Work (Sun-Times)
    • Gas Now Averaging $2.78 a Gallon in the Chicago Area, Expected to Fall Further (Tribune)
    • Active Trans Looks at the Proposed TOD Reform Ordinance
    • Beverly & Morgan Park Streets Could Benefit From Road Diets (Main Street Beverly)
    • Prieto Academy Students Spent a Month Studying the Bloomingdale Trail (DNA)
    • Gallery: Construction of the Next Phase of the Riverwalk Extension Is Underway (Curbed)

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