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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, September 16

9:05 AM CDT on September 16, 2015

    • Could More Cooperation Between IL & Its Neighbors Improve Transportation for Everyone? (Tribune)
    • Cyclist Who Was Struck by Semi Driver in Avondale On Sept. 2 Has Died From Injuries (Sun-Times)
    • Teen Who Attacked Sikh-American Man in Road Rage Incident Charged With Hate Crime (Tribune)
    • 3 Receive Minor Injuries After CTA Bus Driver Makes Sudden Stop (Sun-Times)
    • Jefferson Park May Get a Special Service Area After All (DNA)
    • To Avoid "Hazard Busing," Implement Safe Routes to School (Active Trans)
    • Letter: The Rte. 53 Tollway Extension Plan Is Half-Baked (Herald)
    • Letter: Why Ruin a Kane County Forest Preserve by Running a 4-Lane Highway Through It? (Herald)
    • "The Array of Things" Project Will Track Foot & Vehicle Traffic Via Sensors on Lamp Posts (WBEZ)
    • Opinion: Licensing Food Carts Would Be Good for the Local Economy (Sun-Times)
    • Party for Heritage Bikes Pop-Up Cycle Shop in Uptown This Thursday (DNA)

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