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Today’s Headlines for Monday, February 15

    • City will Hire Engineering Firm to Look at Possible Routes & Costs for O'Hare Express (Tribune)
    • Sun Times: Former CTA Execs Receive Generous Pensions While Working Other Jobs
    • Hinz: Redistributing TIF Funds Would Kill Several Transportation Projects (Crain's)
    • Ald. Reilly Funds Attack Ad Against Dunkin, Who Called for Outlawing Traffic Cams (Crain's)
    • Friends Are Trying to Find Out Why Marques Gaines Was Punched, Run Over in River North (DNA)
    • After Drunk Driver Kills His Friend, Victim's Widow Asks for Leniency (Tribune)
    • Metra Retires the Last of the Bi-Level Highliners Built Without Toilets (CBS)
    • CDOT Staffers Discuss the Navy Pier Flyover Project (See P. 44) (Modern Steel)
    • Elgin City Staffer: Road Project Has to Include Sharrows to Qualify for Federal Funds (Tribune)
    • McCaffrey Interests Is Finally Moving Forward With the Children's Memorial Redevelopment (DNA)
    • An Interview With Peter Taylor, a Key South Side Bike Advocate (Active Trans)
    • Meeting on Plan to Create a Shopping Mall with 270 spaces in 6 Corners This Wednesday (DNA)

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