Today’s Headlines for Thursday, November 5

  • Reilly: Buildings Close to the Central Business District Shouldn’t Have a Lot of Parking (DNA)
  • Tweaking of Loop Link Lanes Is “Obviously Mismanagement,” Says Some Random Dude (CBS)
  • Taxi Union: Rahm Expedited Uber Access to Airports, Is Dragging Feet on Cab Reforms (Sun-Times)
  • Alleged Drunk Driver Rear-Ended Sheriff Deputy’s Car, Fled on Foot (DNA)
  • Jesse White: Our Job Is to Keep the Public Safe, Not Help DUI Offenders Get Licenses Back (Tribune)
  • It Could Be Months Before Fulton/Halsted Stoplight Is Activated (DNA)
  • Low Turnout at Metra Hearing on Proposed 2% Fare Increase (Sun-Times)
  • Chicago’s Still a Big Draw for Young Workers — The Hard Part Is Keeping Them Here (Crain’s)
  • Anti-TOD With 271 Spaces, 400 Spots Next to ‘L’ Stop Breaks Ground in Oak Park (Tribune)
  • Red Line Re-Routed After Customer Got Foot Stuck Between Train & Platform (Sun-Times)
  • Lucas Museum Agreement Allows Bears to Set Game-Day Parking Fees (DNA)
  • Sex Columnist Savages the Slow Cycling Movement, Chicagoans Weigh In (Chainlink)

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