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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, December 29

9:14 AM CST on December 29, 2015

    • Schlickman, Schweiterman, & Skosey Discuss Future of Local Transportation (Herald)
    • DNA Follows Up on Our Article About Slow Loop Link Bus Speeds
    • Starting January 1, DUI Arrestees Can Drive With Breath Measuring Device (Tribune)
    • Driver Critically Injured Pedestrian in 300 Block of East Wacker (Tribune)
    • 4 Arrested After Driver Runs Over Police Officer in Lakeview (DNA)
    • Man Charged With DUI After Crash That Injured 5 in Hillside (Sun-Times)
    • Lots of Alternatives to Drunk Driving on NYE, Including Free CTA Rides (RedEye)
    • Entire Red & Blue Lines Now Have 4G Wireless Service (NBC)
    • McPier Wants a Cut of the $4 Airport Surcharge for Ride-Share Trips (Crain's)
    • Following Lawrence Road Diet, as Predicted, Businesses Are Flocking to the Strip (DNA)
    • Lincolnwood Plans to Open 2 New Bike Trails Next Year (Tribune)
    • The Top 10 Destinations for Chicago Lyft Rides (RedEye)

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