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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 25

    • $100M McArthur Grant Could Fund Better Loop, Obama Library Transit (Crain's)
    • Man Who Ran Red in Milwaukee, Killing 3 Chicagoans, Had History of Drunk Driving (Fox)
    • Woman Attacked While Walking to the Blue Line's Cumberland Station (ABC)
    • Active Trans Staffers Talk Frankly With TransitCenter About Transportation Challenges
    • Active Trans Applauds Upgrades to Belmont Stop, Is Disappointed It Won't Have Elevator
    • Metra Up-NW Trains Delayed After Vehicle Gets Stuck on Tracks (Sun-Times)
    • Although It Was in the 70s Sunday, CTA Platform Heat Lamps Have Been Activated (DNA)
    • Metra 111th Street Station, Gateway to the Pullman Monument, Gets a Makeover (DNA)
    • Affordable TOD Proposed Near Rogers Park Metra Station (Curbed)
    • Closure of Last Chicago Emissions Facilities Will Mean More Driving, Emissions (DNA)
    • Streets Near Wrigley Field Will Be Pedestrianized During World Series Games (ABC)
    • Winner of Riverside's Bike to School Fundraiser Opts for a Bike Cop Escort (Active Trans)

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