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Today’s Headlines for Monday, August 31

    • Active Trans: Voice Support for Safer Streets & More Transit at This Week's Budget Hearings
    • CDOT Begins Installing Loop Link Bus Shelters (Curbed)
    • RTA Chair: Raise the Gas Tax to Better Fund Transit (Sun-Times)
    • As Long as Yellow Line Is Down, CTA Will Keep on Truckin' Rail Cars to Repair Center (Tribune)
    • Developer Is Suing Over Chicago's New Affordable Housing Ordinance (Crain's)
    • Witnesses: Police Arrested Teen for Sidewalk Biking -- After He Recited Anti-Cop Rap (DNA)
    • Ride-Share Isn't Just Hurting Cabbies, It's Killing the Medallion Market (Crains)
    • Orland Park School District May Fire New Bus Company Due to Bad Drivers (Tribune)
    • Amtrak Is Testing Roll-On Service Between Chicago & Washington, D.C. (Post-Gazette)
    • Lots of Info About the Wabash Lights Placemaking Proposal (Daily Dot)
    • But Does His Bicycle Fly? Rahm Portrayed as E.T. on New Bloomingdale Trail Mural (DNA)
    • Meeting This Wednesday on Improving Safety at Ridge/Touhy/Rogers (DNA)

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