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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 2

    • Durbin Urges Boehner to Pass a Long-Term Highway Bill Before He Steps Down (The Hill)
    • Amtrak Study Calls for Unified Control Center for Dispatchers From Different Railroads (Tribune)
    • New Metra Online Payment Policy Helps for Transit Benefit Program Users (Tribune)
    • Allegedly Drunk Driver Injures Paramedics Who Were Helping Victims of Previous Crash (DNA)
    • Police Release Video of Vehicle in Hit-and-Run That Killed a Pedestrian in Niles (Sun-Times)
    • Neighbors Concerned New Hotel Garage Exit Will Be a Safety Hazard (DNA)
    • Brown Line Closed Between Western & Kimball This Weekend for Track Repairs (DNA)
    • Now That Food Carts Are Legal, Tunney & Reilly Want to Limit Where They Can Go (HuffPo)
    • The 606 Gets Some Ink in Toronto's Globe and Mail Newspaper
    • Piece Brewery & Pizzeria Salutes The 606 / Markets Their Business With Drone Video (DNA)
    • What's Happening on the Lakefront Trail This Month (Active Trans)

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