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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, February 11

    • A Preview of the CTA's New 7000-series 'L' Cars, With More Forward-Facing Seats (DNA)
    • CTA Adding 940 New Security Cameras to Buses This Year (Sun-Times)
    • Active Trans: U.S. Rep Lipinski Has a Strong Record of Supporting Transit & Biking
    • Metra Up/West Service Resumed Today After Fire Damaged Signal Equipment (Sun-Times)
    • Driver Pleads Guilty to Fatal 2011 DUI Crash in Riverside (Sun-Times)
    • Ald. Beale Proposes 50-Cent Surcharge for Cab Customers Who Pay With Credit Cards (Tribune)
    • State Rep Introduces Bill Calling for Red Light Crash Data to Be Posted Online (Herald)
    • Chicago's Most Dangerous (Mostly North Side) Intersections, According to Runners (DNA)
    • Why Beverly Residents Shouldn't Feel Slighted by Divvy's Expansion Into the 'Burbs (Ridge 99)
    • Next Hearing in the Bobby Cann Case Scheduled for Tuesday 2/16 at 10 a.m. (The Chainlink)

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