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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, November 18

    • CDOT: Speed Cams Have Resulted in an 18% Reduction in Injury Crashes Within Safety Zones
    • Kidwell's Latest Crusade: Defending Rights of Drivers to Go 10+ MPH Over Speed Limit (Tribune)
    • Plans to Remove Red Light Cams in Edison Park Dropped After Residents Say They're Needed (DNA)
    • More Coverage of the Light Sentence for the Drunk Driver Who Killed Hector Avalos (Tribune)
    • The Entire Blue Line Now Has 4G Wireless Service (CTA)
    • Amtrak Is Adding 10 Chicago-Michigan Runs for Thanksgiving Travel (Michigan Live)
    • Des Plaines Approves $150K for Underpass Study -- Some Aldermen Balk at Cost (Tribune)
    • Closures Planned for Ramp Between LSD & the Stevenson (DNA)
    • Proposals for Alternative 'L' Map Designs (Curbed)

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