Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 11

  • North & South Side Bus Riders Will Join Forces to Call for Return of #31 & #11 Buses (DNA)
  • IL House Passes Legislation to Send Overdue Gas Tax Money to Communities (Herald)
  • Man, 62, Dies Three Weeks After a Driver Struck Him in Blue Island (Sun-Times)
  • Hearings Coming Up in the Bobby Cann (11/16) and Hector Avalos (11/17) Cases (Chainlink)
  • Chicago Ticket Amnesty Program Start Next Week, Runs Until 12/31 (Tribune)
  • Angered by Eviction of Homeless From Viaducts, Activists March to Cappleman’s Home (CBS)
  • Are Food Cart Bans About Ped Safety or Eliminating “Culinary Competition”? (Next City)
  • Arlington Heights Tax Hike Would Largely Go Towards Fixing Roads (Herald)
  • Uber “Brand Ambassadors” Buy Rides From Lyft Drivers, Try to Persuade Them to Switch (Reader)
  • Concerned Citizen Warns that Arty Roosevelt Crosswalks Are a Deathtrap (CBS)
  • Trail Porn: Gorgeous (and Heavily Color-Filtered) Photos of Autumn on The 606 (Chicagoist)
  • Young Professionals in Transportation Red Line Pub Crawl This Saturday

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