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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, February 10

    • $281 Million in Federal Funding Earmarked for CTA's Red-Purple Modernization Project
    • Police: After Man Fell Into Street During Fight, Driver Accidentally Struck and Killed Him (Sun-Times)
    • Truck Driver Fatally Strikes Man in Franklin Park, Drags Him 500 Feet (Sun-Times)
    • Olmstead Expert Recommends Making Washington Park Less Car-Focused (DNA)
    • Chicago Transfering $800K in Federal CMAQ Grants to Burbs for Divvy (Tribune)
    • Oak Park Is Gearing Up for Divvy Station Installations (Tribune)
    • Chicago State University Students Take Over Loop Streets to Protest Budget Stalemate (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago Gas Prices Have Taken a Rare 11-Day Dip Below the National Average (Tribune)
    • Looks Like Parking Lot at North & North Park in Old Town Will Be Redeveloped (Curbed)
    • DNA Survey Finds CTA Riders Really Prefer Not to Sit Next to Each Other
    • "CTA Fails" Founder Says His Campaign Has Highlighted Problems With Transit (RedEye)
    • Man Shows His Passion for the CTA With an 'L' Map Tattoo (Chicagoist)

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