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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, October 11

9:19 AM CDT on October 11, 2017

    • Report: Midwest Infrastructure Is at risk From Climate Change-Related Damage (Tribune)
    • Editorial: To Avoid Fare Hike & Service Cuts, Metra Should Reduce Labor Costs (Herald)
    • Red Line Trains Stopped Twice Within a Half Hour Due to People on Tracks (Tribune)
    • The Sisters of Urban Planner and Activist Alma Zamudio Talk About Her Life (DNA)
    • DNA Looks at CDOT's Efforts to Eliminate "Pork Chop Island" Slip Lanes
    • RTA Board Charmain Kirk Dillard Wins APTA's Local Distinguished Award
    • McArthur Genius Rami Nashashibi Says Biking in Chicago Helps Him Find Balance (PBS)
    • Lyft Announces a Partnership With Chance the Rapper to Support CPS (DNA)
    • New Design for 33-Story Evanston TOD Shaves Off 3 Parking Spots (Curbed)
    • Chicago Taco Authority Taqueria Will Feature a Treasure Trove of Transit Memorabilia (DNA)
    • Bike Tour of Pullman Porter Museum, Big Marsh, and ACME Coke Plant on 11/12

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