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Today’s Headlines for Monday, October 16

9:05 AM CDT on October 16, 2017

    • Teacher Cynthia Trevillion, 64, Killed in Crossfire by Morse 'L' Station (DNA)
    • Driver Fatally Struck Patricia Dahnke, 63, in Niles (Tribune)
    • As We Predicted, the Navy Pier Flyover Won't be Completed Until 2019 (Tribune)
    • Alderman Beale Wants to Nearly Double the City Fee on Ride-Share Trips to $1 (Tribune)
    • Northwestern Public Health Review Looks at Slow Roll Chicago's Bike Equity Advocacy
    • 95th Street Bus Boarding Locations Will Be Shuffled Later This Month for Station Rehab (DNA)
    • Crews Are Removing the Old Randolph/Washington 'L' Station This Week (Sun-Times)
    • Buono Scraps Plan for Tower by Division Blue Stop, Building Townhomes Instead (Curbed)
    • Chicago Bike Report: No-Right-Turn Signals for Drivers Next to Bike Lanes Are Unsafe
    • A Daily Herald Editor Discusses Why He Bike Commutes in the 'Burbs Despite the Risk
    • Active Trans Hold Suburban Bike Advocacy Summits 10/21 in Schaumburg, 10/28 in Flossmoor

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