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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, November 17

    • Semi Driver Fatally Strikes Man on Bike Near North Shore Channel Trail in Skokie (Tribune)
    • Man Charged With Sexually Assaulting Woman After She Left the Harrison Red Line Stop (Tribune)
    • "Transit Diaries" Reporter Discusses Her Own Experience With Being Groped on the Train (RedEye)
    • MPC Hosted a Panel Discussion on the Anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act
    • Pullman Metra Stations Will Get a Makeover Next Year (DNA)
    • Ride-Share Use Continues to Grow on the South & West Sides (Curbed)
    • New Lincoln Park School Agrees to Stagger Pick-Up Times to Minimize Traffic Impact (DNA)
    • River North Condo Tower Would Include Lifts to Allow Residents to Park 2 Cars in 1 Spot (Crains)
    • Test-Riding the South Shore Line's Bikes-on-Board Program (South Bend Tribune)
    • There's Now a Place on Yelp Reviews to Mention Whether a Venue Has Bike Parking (The Chainlink)
    • Polar Palooza Event Will Bring Skating Rink to Loyola Red Line Stop (City of Chicago)
    • Mesmerizing Footage of Riding an 'L' Train Through the City (Vimeo)

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