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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 28

9:18 AM CDT on October 28, 2015

    • Pullman National Park Could Include Transit Upgrades, Divvy Station, Bike Shop (DNA)
    • Reilly & Tunney Want to Make Parts of Their Wards Off-Limits to Food Carts (Tribune)
    • Metra Wins $14 Million TIGER Grant to Replace 134-Year-Old Bridge Near Elgin (Herald)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Senior Returns to the Scene, Police Impound His Vehicle (Herald)
    • Bikeurious Talks With John About Why Fullerton/Halsted/Lincoln Has a High Crash Rate
    • Logan Square Twin Towers TOD Project Receives Construction Permits (Curbed)
    • Overhaul of Hancock Center Plaza Proposed, Including Giant Prism Sculpture (DNA)
    • West Town Bikes Interns Weigh in on How to Improve River Access (MPC)
    • Tweets About Transportation Fails During the Obama Visit (DNA)
    • Bridgeport Alliance Meets Thursday to Discuss Campaign to Bring Back 31st St. Bus (DNA)

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