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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, October 26

    • Studies: Local Commutes Are Long, But Decent Transit Service Makes Them Less Stressful (DNA)
    • Ald. Villegas Calls for Cutting CTA Funding if the Agency Doesn't Hire More Latinos (Sun-Times)
    • 2 Officers Seriously Injured After Crashing Their Car Into Avalon Park Construction Site (NBC)
    • Police Say Bike Cops Could Help Address West Loop Crime Spike (DNA)
    • CMAP Will Help Bridgeport and Canaryville Develop Community Plan (DNA)
    • Now That Belmont/Western Overpass Is Gone, Neighbors Float Ideas for Development (DNA)
    • Elmhurst Awarded $10M in CMAQ Funds to Rehab Its Metra Station (MSL)
    • State Considers Fixing up Some Roadside Rest Stops, Closing Others (Tribune)
    • Lane Closures on the Ike This Weekend for Jane Byrne Interchange Work (DNA)
    • CMAP's Bob Dean Discusses GO TO 2040 & ON TO 2050 on 11/2 at UIC's CUPPA Hall
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