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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, November 3

9:00 AM CST on November 3, 2015

    • View the Map of Ashland & Western Bus Stops That Could Be Cut to Speed Trips (DNA)
    • Cleveland's Health Line Shows the Benefits Chicago Can Reap From BRT (Active Trans)
    • Op-Ed: Transportation Investments Are Key for Improving Illinois' Economy (Herald)
    • Ald. Silverstein Cites Uber-Friendly Policies as a Factor in Her Vote Against Budget (DNA)
    • Drunk Driver Rear-Ends Minivan on Halloween, Hides in Dog Owner's Backyard (Sun-Times)
    • Man Attacks Customer Assistant at Pulaski Blue Line Stop (DNA)
    • Lincoln Towing Drivers Accused of Outrageous Abuses, Including Attacking a Cyclist (DNA)
    • Southwest Side Politicians Say More Needs to Be Done to Improve Rail Crossings (DNA)
    • Tower With 373 Units, 178 Parking Spaces Proposed for West Loop (DNA)
    • Hotel With 281 Units, 150 Parking Spaces Proposed for Site Near Grant Park (Crain's)
    • How Bright Does Your Bike Light Need to Be? Check Out This Infographic (Keating Law)
    • Da Whiners: Museum Will Bring Even More Tailgating Spots, But Bears Fans Gripe (Tribune)

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