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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 4

9:12 AM CST on November 4, 2015

    • Illinois Owes Local Governments $181 M in Fuel Tax Revenue (Herald)
    • Emanuel: Ride-Share Companies Will Get Access to Airports Within 2 Weeks (Tribune)
    • Jeff Park Master Plan May Call for More TOD, Walkable Business District (DNA)
    • A Roughly Equal Percentage of Rich & Poor People Bike to Work in Chicago (Chicago Mag)
    • Active Trans Launches Campaign to Stop Congress From Cutting Funds for Walking & Biking
    • Active Trans: We'd Like to See an Idaho Stop Law in Chicago, May Pursue It in the Future
    • 13 People Hospitalized After Driver Rear-Ends School Van Near Field Museum (DNA)
    • Political Foe of Tinley Park Mayor Sues City Over Red Light Camera Program (Tribune)
    • What Can We Learn About Racial Profiling From a Study of Red Light Cams? (Tribune)
    • Police Continue to Clear Homeless Out of Uptown Viaducts (DNA)
    • RedEye Readers Weigh in About Strollers on Crowded CTA Trains
    • Fill out Active Trans' Member Survey & You'll Be Entered to Win an SE Lager Fixie

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