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Today’s Headlines for Friday, November 4

9:09 AM CDT on November 4, 2016

    • $50 Million in Loans to Revitlize 63rd Street From Cottage Grove to Pulaski (Crain's)
    • "Mobility Partnerships" Between Public & Private Ride Providers Are Needed (Active Trans)
    • Metra Prepared for Highest-Ridership Day Ever Today Due to Cubs Parade (Daily Herald)
    • And, Yes, Cubs Fans Are Packing CTA and Metra on Their Way to the Parade (Sun-Times)
    • No Bikes on CTA Today; Divvy Is Providing Valet Service at the Ballpark & Shedd (DNA)
    • Driver Struck and Injured Pedestrian in Naperville (Tribune)
    • Driver Jumps the Curb, Crashes Into Decorative Planter, No Serious Injuries (Uptown Update)
    • What Do You Do After Your Parked Bike Is Struck by a Hit-and-Run Driver? (Chainlink)
    • Car Engineer: My Experience With CTA Informs My Support of Michigan Tax for Transit (UCS)
    • Fill Out a CTA Customer Satisfaction Survey & You Could Win a Cash Prize

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