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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 17

8:55 AM CDT on September 17, 2015

    • Metra Says They've Found $5.7 Million in Cuts But Won't Rule Out Fare Increase (Sun-Times)
    • CTA: CUT-Group's Feedback Has Been Valuable for Testing Ventra App Before Fall Launch
    • UIC Cop Rescued Woman Who Was Dragged After Trucker Drove Onto Sidewalk (Tribune)
    • Cabbies March at City Hall, Demanded More Regulation of Ride-Share (Sun-Times)
    • Transportation Officials Discuss Clybourn PBLS, Including Bike-Specific Signals (DNA)
    • License Committee Approves Ordinance That Would Legalize Food Carts (Tribune)
    • Neighbors Say Vibrations From Belmont/Clark TOD Construction Is Rattling Them (DNA)
    • Colorful, Labor-Inspired Murals Will Brighten Viaduct Near Northeastern University (Curbed)
    • Someone Painted Out the Image of Emanuel as E.T. From a Mural on The 606 (DNA)
    • Donate Your Car to Active Trans, Get a Bunch of Useful Sustainable Transpo Perks

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