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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 22

    • No Fare Hikes or Service Cuts in CTA Budget, But They're Counting on Help From State (Tribune)
    • Since Graduated Licenses Were Introduced, IL Teen Driving Deaths Have Dropped 57% (Herald)
    • City Budget Includes Higher Fees for Uninsured Drivers, Parking Apps, Overweight Trucks (Sun-Times)
    • Rauner & Madigan Float Dueling Plans to Free Up Gas Tax Money for Struggling Cities (Tribune)
    • Nearly $670K Settlement for Pedestrians Who Were Struck by Naperville Cop (Herald)
    • Aldermen Want to Require Chauffeur's Licenses for Uber Drivers Who Serve Airports (Tribune)
    • Lake County Sheriff's Office Seeking Driver Who Killed Senior in Prairie View (Herald)
    • The Growing Alliance Between Public Health & Transportation Advocates (Active Trans)
    • Franklin Street Bridge Closing This Weekend for Riverwalk Extension Work (Sun-Times)
    • UIC Bike Club Delivers Dining Hall Leftovers to Homeless Shelter Each Week (UIC News)
    • Know Who's Really Bummed About the Cubs Loss? Parking Space Entrepreneurs (Tribune)
    • "Gridlock Sam" Schwartz Discusses His New Book at MPC "Think & Drink" Tonight

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