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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, September 22

8:57 AM CDT on September 22, 2015

    • Alderment Tweak TOD Reform Ordinance to Give Themselves More Oversight (Tribune)
    • Burke Proposal for Downtown Congestion Tax Would Exclude Chicago Residents (CBJ)
    • Predictably, Suburbanites Are Outraged About the Idea (Herald)
    • Andy Shaw: Would It Make Sense to Combine Pace & Metra Into One Agency? (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Struck and Killed Cyclist in Woodstock, No Charges (Tribune)
    • AAIM Backs Law That Would Allow DUI Offenders to Drive After Using Breathalyzer (Sun-Times)
    • ABC: There Are 243 CTA Bus Crashes Per Year
    • Meanwhile, There Are 782 Motor Vehicle Crashes Per Day in Illinois (Tribune)
    • Cabbies Blast Emanuel's Proposal to Allow Ride-Share Access to Airports (Sun-Times)
    • WBEZ Looks at Local Enforcement of Bike Laws
    • New Rental Building Near The 606 Asking for Nearly $5K Per Month (Curbed)
    • Chicago Bears Recorded Bus Announcements to Promote Riding Transit to Games (RedEye)

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