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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, September 21

8:49 AM CDT on September 21, 2017

    • How a Police Encounter Influenced Oboi Reed's Views on Vision Zero Enforcement (Slow Roll)
    • Reed Launches Petition Calling For City to Remove Enforcement as a Strategy From VZ Plan
    • Chicago's Loop Link, Argyle, TOD Get Shout-Out in Curb's List of 101 Best Transportation Practices
    • CTA Flagger Seriously Injured After Accidentally Touching 3rd Rail With a Piece of Metal (Tribune)
    • Quincy Station Is on the Verge of Being Landmarked (Curbed)
    • Neighbors Provide Feedback on Plans for Low-Line Promenade in Lakview (DNA)
    • Studies Show That the Chicago River Trail Would Be Good for Mental Health (Active Trans)
    • TOD Project With 150 Units, 29 Spaces Approved At Wilson and Sheridan (Curbed)
    • The Number of Rides Taken By Cab Has Plummeted by 41% This Year (DNA)
    • Check Out This Groovy Video of the CTA Taken After They Got Their First Video Camera (Curbed)

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