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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, August 10

9:00 AM CDT on August 10, 2016

    • City Will Propose Transit TIF to Secure $600M for Red-Purple Modernization (Tribune)
    • State Budget Mess Means Metra Will Have to Delay Purchase of 357 Rail Cars (Tribune)
    • Chainlink Member Aims to Provide Links to Reports on Every U.S. Bike Fatality
    • Homicide Charge After Driver Rear-Ends Motorcycle Carrying Girlfriend (Sun-Times)
    • Injury of Worker Temporarily Shuts Down Western Segment of Forest Park Branch (CBS)
    • Police Warn of Robber Targeting CTA Riders on the Red Line Near Howard Street (CBS)
    • DNA Looks at Plans to Reopen Chicago's Oldest 'L' Station House
    • Touhy/Ridge/Rogers Will Be Realigned Next Year, Won't Get Stoplight (DNA)
    • Active Trans: The I&M Canal Trail Should Be Extended to Connect With Chicago
    • Will Oak Park Fund Its Proposed Bike Plan Next Year? (Tribune)
    • How Much Does Walkability Influence Chicago Home Prices? (Curbed)
    • WXRT DJ Emma Mac Shares GoPro Footage of Her Evening Bike Commute

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