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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 24

8:59 AM CDT on September 24, 2015

    • Cabbies Blockade O'Hare, Midway to Protest Proposed Fee Hike, Ride-Share Access to Airports (Tribune)
    • Why the City's Sale of 4 River North Parking Lots Is a Great Idea (MPC)
    • 2 West ridge Red Light Cameras Coming Down, Speed Cam Will Remain (DNA)
    • Show Support for Traffic Crash Victims by Becoming a Courtroom Advocate (CPD)
    • Logan Square's Twin Towers TOD Project Gets Its Building Permits (Curbed)
    • Development by Jeff Park Transit Center Would Have 96 Units, 8 Shops, 265 Spaces (DNA)
    • 500-Unit Tower by CTA's Roosevelt Stop Would Have 240 Parking Spaces (Curbed)
    • Development by Cermak Green Stop Would Have 144 Hotel Rooms, 250 Units, 1 Floor of Parking (Curbed)
    • Southwest Side Politicians Ask Feds for Help Speeding Railroad Crossing (DNA)
    • Active Trans Looks at Local Multi-Use Trail Proposals
    • Adler Planetarium Galaxy Bike Ride Brings "Pop-Up Science to Communities Across IL (Tribune)
    • Sign a Letter to Congress Voicing Support for the TAP Funding Program (Active Trans)

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