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Today’s Headlines for Friday, October 16

9:00 AM CDT on October 16, 2015

    • Metra Plans 2% Fare Increase, Will Postpone Infrastructure Improvements (Tribune)
    • As Long as State Doesn't Cut Funding, CTA Doesn't Plan to Raise Fares (CBS)
    • 4G Debuts on a Stretch of O'Hare Branch, Will Reach Entire Blue & Re Lines by January (RedEye)
    • Plan for Lucas Museum Could Include Transit, Walking & Bike Improvements (Sun-Times)
    • Steven Takes a Stand on Storify Against the 1,836 Parking Spaces Proposed for the Museum
    • DNA: Several Englewood Divvy Stations Have Had Less Than 100 Rides Taken Since April
    • Emanuel Wants to Allow Cabbies to Charge Surge Pricing for Rides Hailed Online (Tribune)
    • Cyclist Speaks Out After Being Arrested by Cop Witness Says Was Driving Recklessly (DNA)
    • Shopping Center With 275-Spot Rooftop Parking Lot Planned for Portage Park (DNA)
    • City Plans to Raise Car Booting Fine, May Introduce Self-Release Boots (Sun-Times)
    • Fun Events Planned for the Riverwalk Before Businesses Shut Down on 11/1 (DNA)
    • Foley & Lardner Hosts a Breakfast Talk on Transit-Oriented Development on 11/11

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