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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 8

9:03 AM CDT on October 8, 2015

    • 4 Hearings This Month on Pace Budget, Including Possible Fare Hike (Sun-Times)
    • 63-Year-Old Woman Dies Two Days After Being Struck at Howard & Western (Sun-Times)
    • Emanuel Is in D.C., Angling for Federal Funds for Union Station Rehab (Crain's)
    • Many Cabbies Are Striking Today in Protest of Ride-Share Policies, Others Are Still Working (CBS)
    • In Response, Uber Argues That Taxis Underserve Low-Income Neighborhoods (Chicagoist)
    • CTA Wins an Award for Its Sassy Ad Campaign Against Bad Transit Riding Behavior (Chicagoist)
    • Giant Sculpture Made of Tires Installed on The 606's Damen Plaza (DNA)
    • Streets of Wrigleyville Are Pedestrianized as Cub Fans Celebrate Wild-Card Win (Tribune)
    • Next City Tours the Riverwalk Extension With Designer Gina Ford
    • More Before-and-After Views of the Clybourn Curb-Protected Bike Lanes (CDOT)
    • DNA Gets Fall Bike Gear & Fashion Tips From NW Side Cyclists
    • Klein & Schwartz Discuss Their New Books at Upcoming "Think & Drink" Events (MPC)

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